I have a cisco PIX that connects to the inside,outside and a DMZ. Currently,I have an AAA server on the inside for user authentication.User access to resources in the DMZ from the outside is first through authentication by an AAA server on the inside network. I am installing another AAA server on the DMZ where I plan to have all user authentication to be done.For now, there are two groups that are used. I intend to migrate the AAA on the inside to the DMZ but for now I want to have one group authenticated using the AAA server on the inside and the other group,authenticated by the other AAA server on the DMZ. How can I attain this objective on the cisco router and is it possible to do this?
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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