I work with the ASA's quite often but not the 3000 concentrators. We're going to migrate a customers security pretty soon and about 75 remote access VPNs.
My question is, can the users / passwords / group passwords be exported from the 3000 or possibly saved to a text file? Id rather not have to call everyone and rebuild all of the tunnels due to passwords being unknown. Thanks in advance.
I actually just implemented pretty much the exact same - VPN3000 to ASA 5520 - The customer only gave me the config file from the concentrator after a lot of cajoling - They wanted to start from scratch with no useless config.
I only had about 10 Remote Access VPN groups to implement so I just did them manually - Half an hour with the VPN Wizard, used a mixture of Local, RADIUS and RSA authentication, worked out pretty nice.
Let me know if I can help anyone out with anything similar...
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
ESP is an IP protocol in the same sense that TCP an...