oliver.truetsch at gmx.de
Wed Jun 27 03:15:22 EDT 2001
We sell both products to our customer. From my point of view, they are both
quite stabile. Using the Cisco, you will have the full range of IOS felling
and also all the problems. The Nortel is easier to configure (http
interface), more stabile and provides a lot of statistic features.
Personally, I also prefer the Nortel dial client, because the Cisco (IRE)
clients crashes very often. Throughput and maximum tunnel connections are
nearly the same, depending on which Cisco router or Nortel CES you want to
In general, I would say the Cisco is better if you plan to design a multi
server network based on leased line connections, while the Nortel CES is
better for a solution with a single VPN server or a smaller network.
At 15:59 25.06.2001 +0100, Raymakers, Guy wrote:
>Has anyone ever evaluated IPSec on a Cisco router versus IPSec on a Nortel
>router ? Any comment on this would be more than welcome...
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