CSM 3.2.1 Remote Access VPN and dedicated IP Address

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we recently switched our ASA administration from ASDM to CSM 3.2.1.

In the ASDM you can set for VPN Useraccount the Group Policy, a dedicated IP address etc.

The problem is, I don't find that in the CSM!

In the masks of the user accounts I can only set the password and the priv level.

Any Idea? Do I have to switch for this configuration back to ASDM?

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amritpatek Tue, 10/14/2008 - 06:37
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When you configure a remote access IPSec or SSL VPN connection, you must create user groups to which remote clients will belong. A user group policy is a set of user-oriented attribute/value pairs for remote access VPN connections that are stored either internally (locally) on the device or externally on an AAA server. The connection profile uses a user group policy that sets terms for user connections after the connection is established. Group policies let you apply whole sets of attributes to a user or a group of users, rather than having to specify each attribute individually for each user.Using ASDM will be a better choice.


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