SUA and IUA in case of easy VPN

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Jan 4th, 2009

Dear Team,

what is the difference between the normal authentication we use (when authenticating VPN client with VPN server) as compared to SUA/IUA

I have this problem too.
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smalkeric Mon, 01/12/2009 - 13:56

Secure Unit Authentication (SUA)-Supports the ASA 5505 authentication with dynamically generated authentication credentials or with static credentials to be entered at tunnel initiation. With SUA enabled, the user must manually trigger the IKE tunnel using a browser or an interactive CLI.

•Individual User Authentication (IUA)-Enables static and one-time password authentication of individual clients on the inside network. IUA and SUA are independent of each other; they work in combination or isolation from each other.


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