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Marwan ALshawi Wed, 09/17/2008 - 03:58
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Set Up RADIUS for Authentication

1 Choose Configuration > Remote Access VPN >AAA Setup >AAA Server Groups

> Add. Specify the server group called RADIUS and select RADIUS from the dropdown

menu. Click OK when finished.

2 Click the newly created server group, and under Servers in the Selected Groups, click

Add. Under Interface Name, select inside from the drop-down menu and specify

192.168.1.10 as the IP address of the RADIUS server. Configure a shared key of

SecureMe123, and click OK when finished.


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The first step is to set up a RADIUS server for user authentication as follows:

1 Choose Configure > VPN > AAA > AAA Servers and Groups > AAA Servers >

Add. Choose RADIUS as the Server Type and configure 192168.1.10 as its IP

address. Select Configure Key and specify cisco123 as the New Key. Enter cisco123

under Confirm Key. Click OK when finished.

2 Choose Configure > VPN > AAA > AAA Servers and Groups > AAA Server

Groups > Add. Under Group Name, type InternalRADIUS, select RADIUS under

Server Type, and select the previous defined 192.168.1.10 server from the list. Click

OK when finished.

3 Choose Configure > Additional Tasks > AAA and select the Enable AAA option.

Choose Authentication Policies > Login > Add and specify a list name of

SSLVPNRADIUS. Click Add and choose Group radius as the authentication

method. Click OK when finished.


source:

cisco press, SSL Remote Access VPNs, 2008


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