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VPN configuration

Posted on 2006-11-27
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Greetings.
I have a windows 2000 server
Cisco Router 1700
Cisco Pix Firewall 515e

I want to be able to VPN using windows authentication.
I want to be able to VPN from anywhere.
I do not want a VPN tunnel from point to point.

I have access to my router and my firewall.

What are you expert recommendations?
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Set up the pix so you can connect with a VPN client and configure the PIX to use radius authentication for the vpn connections.

On the Windows server configure IAS (Internet Authentication Service) to answer request sent from the PIX. If this is setup correctly users will be able to login on the VPN client with their domain credentials. (I assume you have AD).
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by:phileoca
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your assumption is correct!
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by:The_Kirschi
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Ok, then have a look at this article:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/110/cvpn3k_pix_ias.html
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sorry I haven't closed this yet, i haven't abandoned it though.  still trying to make time to do the legwork.
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