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Non-Domain computers via VPN

I am not sure if this a right forum for this. I have some non-domain devices that are coming in to my network via VPN (VPN client). can someone tell me on how to deny these non-devices coming in to my network. Is their a configuration in the VPN concentrator to deny non-domain computers? please advise

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Re: Non-Domain computers via VPN

Did u deploy IPSEC in ur VPN network?.If snot, u just deploy IP SEC on all the peers and the VPN server.

IPSEC is a 2 phase VPN security provider.This IPsec along with IKE provides double level security.

With this ipsec, we configure some security parameters like hostname or remote ip address , pre-shared key etc on both ends(server and peer).When a non-domain client tries to access ur VPN, the vpn server may authenticate the in coming client using either ip address or host name and it wil contact with a aaa server or its own database for validating the user.

If u r using an external server for validating the incoming users, u must go for aaa server externally.

For a complete detail of deploying vpn with ipsec,

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008017278c.html#wp1045493

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