Remote access VPN pix version 8.0(3)

Firewalls, PIX, ASA, VPN, Access Control List, User Authentication, Data Encryption and Best Practices.
Guest

Re:Remote access VPN pix version 8.0(3)

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:25 am


did you get username and password prompt on the client?could you test the authenticationtest aaa-server authentication my_authent_grp username XXX password XXX

Guest

Re:Remote access VPN pix version 8.0(3)

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:11 am


i tested aaa-server authetication from  inside, and it works.but when i use cisco vpn cliente to access to my corporate network the cliente dosen't ask the username and password for the aaa-server.

Guest

Re:Remote access VPN pix version 8.0(3)

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:17 am


try to remove no crypto dynamic-map SYSTEM_DEFAULT_CRYPTO_MAP 65535 set pfs clear crypto isakmp sa

Guest

Re:Remote access VPN pix version 8.0(3)

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:32 am


Its working, as soon as i put the PIX Firewall Activation Key for 3des (my mistake), and change the connection to 3des as you posted (a.alekseev) the vpn start working .The only problem i have is the following to be able to connect to my corporate network i have to use any ip address scope, if i trie to use my internel dhcp server e can't get an ip address to the vpn cliente.


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