Hello Cisco gurus!! I'd like your opinion/direction on a solution. I'm wanting to implement a vpn solution for a client. Basically i would like to standardize on Cisco equipment. Currently they have some no name brand routers between the two networks. Setup is a 10 station workgroup office (no dc) connected to a 40 station hdq (dc present). Right now they're traversing between the offices with a lackluster vpn solution. I'm going to propose to put a cisco device on both ends, drop a dc at the remote office (which currently does not have one), and try and set up a secure vpn between the two. Any suggestions on Cisco hardware for this. Speed is of great concern, however, they're currently using a T1 line at each office which also serves as their internet access to vpn across. From the surface (based on what I was told over the phone) it appears they only have a fractional T1, so along with other reccomendations, I'm considering an upgrade to at least a full T1. I'm old to IT and very new to Cisco, so your advice will be greatly appreciated.