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Hello-

I have a Cisco ASA 5505 Appliance that I would like to configure for vpn access into my company network. AT&T manages our MPLS Network. Any instructions or directional Guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Robert
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by:Ernie Beek
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Guides enough :-)

What exactly would you like to do?

Site to site.
Remote access VPN using a Cisco secure vpn client.
Web vpn or SSL.

Would you like to authenticate against an internal server.

You name it and I'm sure we can provide the guidance.
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Thanks ernie for the suggestions. I would like Remote access VPN using a Cisco secure vpn client with Authentication coming from the Cisco Device itself. In other words, setting up users and passwords on the Cisco ASA 5505.

Hopefully, I provided enough info. If not, let me know what else is needed to better assist me.

Thanks again.

RB
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One more thing (before I go to bed :), what version do you have? Is it <8.3 or >=8.3 ?
There are quite some differences introduced between those versions.
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Ernie sorry for the late response back. 8.3
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Ernie Beek earned 500 total points
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No probs, I'm still here :)

I think the easiest way would be to use the ipsec vpn wizard in the ASDM.

Have a look at this doc I made and see if that works for you.
RAvpn.doc
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Thanks I will give that a shot and get back to you.

Best,

RB
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I'll be here ;)
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I'm all set, got a little guidance from AT&T but I'm good.

Thanks,

RB
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Thanks Erniebeek lol.
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My pleasure :)
Thx 4 the points.
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