Need an ISP who supports Cisco VPN Client

  ronroam 01:12 05 Feb 2005

I'm trying to move from BT ISDN to a broadband provider on my 'work' pc to access Lotus Notes (via AT&T) more quickly.Our IT guys say I must use Cisco VPN Client and therefore find a broadband provider who will allow 'Ipsec created VPN tunnels to pass through.
AOL said no. Any recommendations?

  Gaz 25 00:45 19 Oct 2005

Most ISP's will allow it.

Tiscali, Zen, F2S (Freedom 2 surf), Metronet, Seriously Internet, Supanet... should all allow it.

AOL isn't that good! Stay away from it.

  Rigga 10:05 19 Oct 2005

I work from home and use plusnet >click here; and I use a Cisco VPN client software to connect into one of my client servers. It works fine.

I'm also more than happy with the 2mb speed, and my connection itself has been most reliable.

Also as Gaz 25 states, most normal ISP's allow IPSEC vpn's, but I have no experience with them.

Best to choose the one that most suits your surfing requirements.


P.S. Just to be cheeky, if you do go with plusnet, can I be your referrer. Just use my ID RCCLTD when you sign up. thanks.

  Rigga 10:06 19 Oct 2005

oops that link didn't work too well.. try here > click here <

R. :)

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