Currently we have a local pool on our Cisco ASA to had out IP's for our VPN users. We would like to have our DHCP server perform this task. This way we have more control over the IP addresses that are given out as well as our DNS entries will be correct.
Here is our config:
group-policy TESTVPN attributes
wins-server value 172.16.9.221 172.16.9.222
dns-server value 172.16.9.221 172.16.9.222
tunnel-group TESTVPN general-attributes
Now our ASA is able to ping our DHCP server. However when we try to connect to this test VPN, our server never receives the request. Does anyone have any tips?
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