For VPN3005 and 3015, there is a limitation for creating an internal users database. According to the spec, "100" is the upper limit for users+groups. It means that at least we have to have ONE group , so the limit to be able to create internal users are "99" . Does anyone can confirm if the logic is right or wrong? Does it able to create more than 100 users and be able to have 100 tunnels works ? Anyone verified this before ?
I do not see anywhere there is a limit of 100 internal users. All that I could find from that spec is that you could have a max 100 simulataneous users or Lan-to-Lan sessions. May be I'm not correct. Pass on the URL where you saw this limit.
The VPN Concentrator internal authentication server is adequate for a small user base. The maximum number of groups and users (combined) that you can configure in the internal server depends on your VPN Concentrator model. (See Table 14-1.) For larger numbers of users, we recommend using the internal server to configure groups (and perhaps a few users) and using a RADIUS server to authenticate the users.
Table 14-1: Maximum Number of Groups and Users for the Internal Authentication Server VPN Concentrator Model Maximum Number of Groups and Users (Combined)
I just ran into the upper limit on one of the 3005's that we manage. We have 147 Users and 4 Groups created. I don't know if this will be the same for all 3005's or dependent on other configuration parameters.
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...