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VPN and RSA Authentication simulation

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I want to simulate RSA authentication in the Lab.

I have few 2600 routers and 3550 switches and a PC, is there a way to set up a lab for this purpose, simulating End users that comes through VPN and should first authenticate through RSA.

I don't have internet connection in the Lab.

Thanks
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Are you thinkinh about something like sercurid? You might need a second pc then to run the RSA server on.

For the config, have a look at: http://www.rsa.com/rsasecured/guides/imp_pdfs/Cisco_Router_VPN_12_4_AuthMan61.pdf
and see if that helps you.
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Is there a free RSA server to use?
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Well some time ago I got a test package straight from RSA. It contained the software and two tokens (valid for a couple of months). I'm not sure if they still do that, but you might want to inquire at RSA.
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I wonder if there is RSA that can be located in a tftp server, and the router will check the user credentials against the RSA.

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Tftp has no provisions for authentication, so that won't work I'm afraid.
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do you have any link to RSA server to install on my PC?
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If you use NetScaler you will want to see these guides. The NetScaler How To Guides show administrators how to get NetScaler up and configured by providing instructions for common scenarios and some not so common ones.

 
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No direct download link, but you can apply for an evaluation version here: http://rsa.com/poc2/rsa-form-holder-sid.htm?asset_title=Web:%20SID%20Eval&asset_id=SecurID%20Eval&asset_url
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Thanks , do you know which MS OS that the Secure ID can be installed on?
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I have windows 7 Home premium
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Mmmmm, I'm afraid you'll at least need 2003 server for that (or RHEL 4.0-1).......
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Thanks..........I will ses that
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Good luck, thx for the points :)
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