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I want to buy a router that support Cisco IPSec VPN client, so I can easily access my company's network without connected the VPN on my laptop.

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Shopping advice is Off Topic on Super User. Why it is so. – Nifle Apr 24 '12 at 19:13

I'm not sure about in-built capabilities, but have a look at OpenWRT - its open source wireless router software, based on Linux, that supports lots of devices and can connect to various VPN setups along with other cool stuff. I bought a TP-Link router and put openwrt on it, now I'm using the USB port connected to a printer for network printing :) It's worth a look at and it can do lots of other cool party tricks (OK, maybe only for geeky parties) :)

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I tried it, but it sucks. The VPNC have no web gui and need to connect manually.. – timy Apr 25 '12 at 6:05
I have to admit it's a shame there isn't a GUI for everything, although you can get the connection to start on bootup, see – jackweirdy Apr 25 '12 at 9:59

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