Our firm has finally made the switch from Sonicwall to Cisco for our SMB clients. I have our first customer up with a solid site-to-site VPN and have configured the main office router for Cisco VPN Client connections via the VPN wizard.
When I install the VPN Client on the desktops it does not allow inputting of all options required (less you have an SSL VPN). I am assuming there is a process I am missing for exporting a connection profile that the Cisco VPN Client users can import to make their connection.
Is there any step by step guides out there for creating the connection profile file to distribute to clients?
the link below will help understanding the user guide in more detail:
P.S.: please mark this post resolved if you feel your query is answered.
The ASDM wizard is for the configuration on the ASA. That wizard will help you finish the VPN configuration on the ASA end.
You will have to define the same in the client, so that they can negotiate and connect.
Connection entry feild in the client is what you want it to be seen as on the VPN client - it can be any name
Host will be the outside ip address of the ASA.
name - tunnel group name same as defined on the ASA
Password- preshared key as on ASA.
Confirm password - same preshared key.
Once you finish this you will see the client having an entry same as connection entry. you need to click on connect over there. A prompt for username and password will come. please enter the login crendentials. VPN will connect.
You can distribute the .pcf file formed in the location mentioned in the above post. once the other client receive the .pcf, they need to import it by clicking on the tab present on the VPN client.