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Pix 501 + RADIUS server + windows SBS 2003

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Hi,

I have a pix 501 on my LAN that is my VPN server, this pix have a local database were i set users log in, butte I’m having a problem, if i won’t to set one static ip for itch user that connects to my vpn tunnel I’m not able.

I have read that is possible to set user’s ip on remote computers if I set a RADIUS server on my LAN.

My domain control is a Windows SBS 2003, now how to I set RADIUS server on it and how do I tell pix to use my active directory database.

If you guys have examples will be good.

Regards,

Mpires
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Here is a good document on setting up IAS and radius on SBS 2003
http://pentechcom.com/sbsdocblog/Configure%20Wireless%20Networking%20on%20Windows%20SBS%202003.doc

It is for wireless, but can be modified for the pix.

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