Alex,

There is no "minimum", really. So long as you can maintain an Internet
connection, a VPN tunnel is possible. If the number of users is small
(say, 5 or less), a DSL line should be fine.

--Travis

Falkovich, Alex wrote:
> Hi,
> We're configuring a VPN tunnel between a VPN-3030 in the Home Office and
> a Cisco's 2821 in the field office. We need to procure a broadband
> circuit for the field office and, obviously, are trying to minimize the
> expenses for it(DSL vs T1). Howeverer, does anybody happen to know what
> is the minimum throughput one must have for the VPN tunnel to be
> sustainable?
>
> Thanks...
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