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  Reply # 1330521 24-Jun-2015 11:32
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Thank you very much guys!
I think I will go with a pair of MikroTik Rb850gx2.

Is it easy enough to setup? Cheers,

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  Reply # 1330730 24-Jun-2015 14:22
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CBSYS: Thank you very much guys!
I think I will go with a pair of MikroTik Rb850gx2.

Is it easy enough to setup? Cheers,


Up to you but many people are reporting worse IPSEC speeds on these than on the 951.

As above it does not have any hardware acceleration for VPN - it's still not going to perform well for VPN but as a router it's top notch.

No it's not easy to setup.

I really think you need to properly scope this project.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1330795 24-Jun-2015 16:14
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nitrotech:
CBSYS: Thank you very much guys!
I think I will go with a pair of MikroTik Rb850gx2.

Is it easy enough to setup? Cheers,


Up to you but many people are reporting worse IPSEC speeds on these than on the 951.

As above it does not have any hardware acceleration for VPN - it's still not going to perform well for VPN but as a router it's top notch.

No it's not easy to setup.

I really think you need to properly scope this project.


You mean I need go with 951 instead of 850 Then?

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  Reply # 1330804 24-Jun-2015 16:23
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CBSYS: You mean I need go with 951 instead of 850 Then?


No, he means this.

nitrotech: I really think you need to properly scope this project.


Unless you want to spend a lot of time setting this up, trouble shooting it and then paying someone to do it anyway - get some one in to spec it at least.
Trust me, this is not something you want to get wrong.




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  Reply # 1330912 24-Jun-2015 18:18
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cisconz:
CBSYS: You mean I need go with 951 instead of 850 Then?


No, he means this.

nitrotech: I really think you need to properly scope this project.


Unless you want to spend a lot of time setting this up, trouble shooting it and then paying someone to do it anyway - get some one in to spec it at least.
Trust me, this is not something you want to get wrong.


Totally agree with this. 

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