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User authentication

I set up two 3015 VPN concentrators at different locations that authenticate users via the same RADIUS and LDAP servers. On one concetrator I can authenticate users that are listed in my LDAP directories in the user@domain format. This does not work on the other. Both concentrators are running the same software version (3.1.2) and are configured to authenticate the same way. What am I missing here?

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Re: User authentication

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Re: User authentication

Nevermind. I resolved it with the help of a Cisco Sr. Engineer (Go Cisco!!!!). On the VPN web management page click Configuration --> System --> General --> Authentication. Make sure the "Enable Group Lookup" option is unchecked. You could also create a group named @whateverdomainyouwish in the User Management, Groups page. This creates a group the 3015 can check against. You then have to create teh same group in RADIUS to verify it so the 3015 can proceed to check the LDAP user database.

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