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Feb 24, 2011

I have an ASA 5510 and would like to extend one of the subnets behind this ASA out to my house that has a cable modem, a wireless router/switch and then behind that I have a 2821 router.  I've been reading and it looks like L2TP may be the way to go but can't find and config examples.  Again, I would like to securely extend one and nail up a permanent connection of one of the VLANs in the production network all the way into my house using my cable modem and the 2821.  Any config examples!  Also, any IOS recommendations for the 2821.  Lastly, does L2TP look like the way I need to go?  I'm attaching a very basic Visio diagram of what I'm trying to do. 

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