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Hi,

I am in the middle of configuring two factor solution and working with the network team.  The network team is suggesting that we should use public IP for Cisco VPN clients and route them in internal network, Windows & Linux.?

Is this a good idea?

Thanks.
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by:Hassan Besher
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sure i agree with them, what else do you have in mind ?
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by:zman2013
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Hassan,
Any issue with getting injected from the internet if public IP used in the private network?
Regards.
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ok let me get this clear,

i understand that you need to put public ip on your Cisco ASA to be able to get your cisco clients connect to it, so what do you mean by public ip address on your clients?
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