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VPN using PIX 515

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I'm looking for a good "How To" for configuring VPN on a PIX 515 to allow remote users to connect in using Cisco's remote vpn client software.
I would also like to use Tacacs authentication.
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    by:grblades
    Hi cscherrey,
    You might also wish to have a look at my example. You get additional functionality of being able to issue ACL's to VPN sessions if you use RADIUS instead.

    PIX as multi user VPN server - http://www.gbnetwork.co.uk/networking/ciscopixvpnradius.html
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