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The Cisco 1700 Series access routers deliver optimized security, integration, and flexibility in a desktop form factor for small and medium-size businesses and small branch offices that want to deploy Internet/intranet access or VPNs. The Cisco 2600 Series routers feature single or dual fixed LAN interfaces. A network module slot and two WIC slots are available for WAN connections. The Cisco 3700 Series multiservice access routers also offer an integrated solution for dialup and permanent connectivity over asynchronous, synchronous, and ISDN lines.
PPP Encapsulation ©2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 21-3 PPP is an international standard encapsulation that is used for these types of connections: Asynchronous serial ISDN Synchronous serial Broadband PPP (RFC 1331) provides a standard method of encapsulating higher-layer protocols across point-to-point connections. PPP extends the HDLC packet structure with a 16-bit protocol identifier that contains information on the content of the packet. Because it is standardized, PPP supports vendor interoperability.
SOHO site: This SOHO site is a small office with one to several employees or the home office of a telecommuter. Telecommuters may also be mobile users, that is, users who need access while traveling or who do not work at a fixed company site. Depending on the amount of use and the WAN services available, telecommuters working from home tend to use dialup and broadband services. Mobile users tend to access the company network via an asynchronous dialup connection through the telephone company or may access the corporate intranet using VPN client software on their laptops.
Knowledgenet Building Cisco Remote Access Networks BCRAN Student Guide v2 2