We currently have a remote access router (3725) we use for some dialup customers among other things. It is currently setup to query a radius server running on our Microsoft domain controller (using domain credentials). All other remote access (SSL, IPSEC) is configured to use our Secure ID server via RSA and tokens. I would like to change our remote access router to do the same.
1 - Can I reconfig my 3725 to use native RSA or am I stuck with using radius ?
2 - The router is already configured to use radius, is it now just a matter of pointing the radius request to our RSA server (radius is running) via radius-server host command ?
Thanks, we already use both SSL and IPSEC appliances for remote access via secure ID. However the dialup is there for a few key users who dont currently have internet b/c of their remote locations.
I would luv to get rid of dialup all together however it isnt possible at this time. So what you are suggesting is allow the dialup connection, limiting the connection to a subnet that has no internal access. From there allow an IPSEC connection in ? Sounds pretty good and very do-able on my end.
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