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Cisco ACS5.3; differentiating between WebVPN and IPSEC Radius Authentications from a ASA

I am using Cisco ACS5.3 to authenticate users (using radius) for a cisco ASA firewall for both WebVPN and IPSEC client connections.  I have been able to do this successfully.  However I need to be able to deply Cisco vendor specific attributes (VSA) for both IPSEC and WebVPN sessions using authorisation profiles.   Ideally I don't want to have to combine the attributes required for both services in the same authorisation profile, as I will have to produce alot of different profiles for the different combinations.

The only way I can see that you could possibilly do this is by having service selection rules that can differentiate between WebVPN and IPSEC Radius authentication requests.  I have experimented inbound VSA's without success.  Is this possible?

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Cisco ACS5.3; differentiating between WebVPN and IPSEC Radius Au

Neil,

Are you clients coming in through different tunnel groups? If so, you can create a compound condition where you can map the radius attribute: CVPN3000/ASA/PIX7.x-DAP-Tunnel-Group-Name in the authorization policy. If it equals the TG for webvpn send back the av-pair accordingly.

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Tarik Admani
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