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IP Address Pools on the Cisco VPN Concentrator

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I have 14 groups configured on my cisco VPN concentrator.  When members of these groups connect via the Cisco VPN Client, they recieve an IP address from the IP Pool I have configured on the concentrator.  All 14 groups currently get an Ip address from the same IP pool.  Today I recieved a requirement that one of these groups needs to have their own IP pool.  If I create a second IP Pool on the Concentrator, how do I assign this IP Pool to the specific group?  Thanks
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I haven't played with the concentrator in a while, but under the group configuration there should be a place where you configure what address pool to use.  I'll dig for a link to the config guides.
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I've been looking in the group settings and can't find a place to specify what IP pool to use.  I'll keep looking.  Thanks.
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The "User Management | Groups" screen should list all the groups.  I believe you highlight the group and then click on the "Address Pools" button on the right to select the appropriate pool.  See http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/vpn3000/vpn3000_47/configuration/guide/Usermgt.html#wp1687104 about 40% into the document.
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