setting up vpn

Posted on 2008-06-16
Last Modified: 2011-10-19
I'm trying to setup the vpn connection on my cisco pix box and wanted to know if instead of creating a server to take care of the aaa and radius and vpn-auth.  can i just have all that info on the firewall.
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How would I go about editing the running config to take care of doing all that.  Do I set the vpn-auth with a user name and password or do i have to create some lines on the firewall to take care of pointing to it self.
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aaa-server LOCAL protocol local
crypto map YOUR-MAP-NAME client authentication LOCAL

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I tried to create the crypto but i believe i'm having issues cause my current running config was pointing to a server before and now the server is down.  I attached my running config and would like you to take a look and see if any lines need to be removed in order for this to work.  Thank you for your help.

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