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L2TP over IPSec, ASA 8.0

We use CISCO VPN Client for RA. Now, a special application have to work with L2TP over IPSec. First I configure as shown in http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a00807213a7.shtml#win and after with VPN Wizzard. Both times I cannot connect but don t know why. Phase 1 is established and an error occured while Phase 2:

PIX|ASA-6-713177

PIX|ASA-3-713902

I tested behind and in front of an nat-device with same error. client-identity is configured for ip-address. Whats going wrong?

Is it possible to configure an ACL for port 1701? I read something like that in earlier postings but cannot believe it.

Regards

Helmut

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Re: L2TP over IPSec, ASA 8.0

If the user is an L2TP client that uses Microsoft CHAP version 1 or version 2, and the security appliance is configured - to authenticate against the local database, you must include the mschap keyword. For example, username password mschap.

Note tunnel-group must be the DefaultRAGroup name.

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Re: L2TP over IPSec, ASA 8.0

My question is why does

DefaultRAGroup

have to be used and not another name

such as for example RemoteRA

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