Internal DHCP Server issuing addresses for VPN Client on PIX
Can any one advise me whether the latest version of PIX OS 6.3 allows for DHCP to assign addresses to VPN Clients that are connecting into the PIX "outside" interface. I know that the PIX can uses local pools for VPN Clients but is there a way of "relaying" an IP address request from the VPN client to an "inside" DHCP server, which then issues the address INSTEAD of the PIX ? The VPN connections are a mixture of Ciscos VPN Client software and MS PPTP connections.
Does PPTP support Xauth like IPSec/VPN do? If so, can I get a RADIUS server to assign the IP address on a per-user basis, ensuring that the same user gets the same IP address every time ?
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