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cisco asa temp stop user vpn access

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Hi,

Just wanted to know if there was a "easier / preferred way" to stop user ipsec access during some internal
upgrades.

Thank you in advance
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by:John Hurst
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Send out a notice, provide the down time window and then kick tardy people off at the required time. That is how I do it.
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by:Mongo Peck
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Hi,

So theres not way to disable VPN Users ?

Regards
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If they are connected, the only way is for them to disconnect / be disconnected.

If they are not connected, disable the tunnel so they cannot connect before you service the VPN hardware
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