Cisco ASA 5505 Licensing

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  1. niteworker@gmail.com

    niteworker@gmail.com

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    The ASA5505-50-BUN-K9 licensing as I understand it allows:

    (From Cisco specs sheet a vendor web site)

    10000 Concurrent Session

    10 IPSec VPN Peer

    3

    2 SSL VPN Peer

    25 SSL VPN Peer

    3000 Concurrent Session

    50 Users on the LAN



    I interpret this to mean:

    50 LAN users to connect to the Internet while at work.

    10 VPN users using the Cisco VPN client ie 10 people with Windows XP 32 bit using the Cisco VPN client from home or Starbucks.

    2 SSL/VPN users using anyconnect ie 2 people with Windows 7 64bit using Cisco anyconnect from home or Starbucks.

    Would this be correct?
     
    niteworker@gmail.com, Jan 6, 2010
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