Why do I need PAP enabled on Windows for an ASA5510 to use Radius?
We have an ASA that allows remote VPN users. It connects to a Windows 2008 server. That server connects to a radius server, also Windows 2008. Things work fine if we enable PAP on the radius server, and the remote site server. If we disable PAP on either one, we lose the ability to authenticate.
Why do I need PAP enabled on Windows for an ASA5510 to use Radi
yup that was it Jimmyc. Thanks for sharing.
In order to configure ASA to communicate over MSCHAPv2 with radius, we should have "password-management" under the tunnel-group. This change would add a new field for the end user to enter the domain-name, however, it's optional. If you leave it blank, it would use the local domain.
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