This chapter showed you the basics of setting up a router for remote access services, including Easy VPN Server, Easy VPN Remote, and WebVPN. Normally, routers are not used as Easy VPN Servers, because the configuration is complex and the VPN 3000 concentrators and PIX and ASA security appliances support more enhanced remote access capabilities. However, there are many cases where routers are used as Easy VPN Remote devices, especially in cases where non-Ethernet Internet connections or enhanced QoS are required. The last part of the chapter dealt with a new feature on routers: WebVPN. With this feature, you can set up very basic SSL VPNs to Cisco routers.
Next up is Chapter 19, "Troubleshooting Router Connections," where I show you how to use show and debug commands to troubleshoot router VPN sessions.