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Access control list /group for vpn clients on PIX

Posted on 2004-08-25
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Need to allow only few ports for vpn clients on pix 515e firewall.
I have created an named acl, guide me how to apply this acl.
Cisco pix is 6.3.

I have enabled
nat (inside) 0 access-list acl-name

Where do I exactly control the vpn clients access.

raj
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You must either setup a RADIUS server to apply specific acls to specific VPN users, or use a generic split-tunnel acl applied to the vpngroup...
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Does GNU Radius support this.
I'm using gnu-radius for auth. along with mysql.
If I supply Filter-Id = 'vpn-acls'  then while restarting radius server it is excempting that line and proceeding further.
let me know is there any way to enable or any other linux based radius will support this
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Here's a good example from one of our own experts  - grblades -

http://www.gbnetwork.co.uk/networking/ciscopixvpnradius.html

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am referring to link and installing free-radius, will get back.
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by:rajshekar_j
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thanks a ton  lrmoore, it worked with plain text and password.
am not able to make up with sql user name and password. working on it. Once done will update
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