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Cisco ASA two factor VPN

Posted on 2016-10-18
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Currently we have a cisco ASA 5510 and a ipsec client vpn connecting with the Cisco VPN client (not any connect)  I was wondering if anyone has deployed this with two factor?  Preferably a RSA token generated by smartphone
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I have deployed it with RSA SecurID and it worked without any issues.  But here is my question for you: are you doing this for the compliance? If yes then auditors will tell you to switch from ipsec to anyconnect client because RA IPsec uses aggressive mode for phase 1 which is considered to be insecure.
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no not for compliance, just wanting to add another layer
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In that case, RSA SecurID should work for you. It's a straight forward implementation and the guides available from EMC. I used hardware tokens thought.
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