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WebVPN Tunnel-Group Aliases and URLS

Hi,

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<br />I have a requirement to create a new group policy and a new tunnel-group and apply it to a webvpn user account

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<br />The web vpn is working fine without any issues when I give a new name under Group Aliases and URL

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<br />My requirement is to use the existing Group Alias for this new tunnel-group. When I enter the existing alias it says it is already used by other tunnel-group

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<br />Please help

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Re: WebVPN Tunnel-Group Aliases and URLS

If you use the same group-alias for two tunnel-groups, then how will the firewall distinguish between the two? Let say, as per your requirement you want to have the group-alias 'securevpn' for two tunnel-groups, TG1 and TG2. Now how will the firewall map a user landing on this alias to a group? TG1 or TG2? round-robin? :). This is not possible AFAIK.

Please rate if helpful.

Regards

Farrukh Haroon

CCIE # 20184 (Security)

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Re: WebVPN Tunnel-Group Aliases and URLS

If you use the same group-alias for two tunnel-groups, then how will the firewall distinguish between the two? Let say, as per your requirement you want to have the group-alias 'securevpn' for two tunnel-groups, TG1 and TG2. Now how will the firewall map a user landing on this alias to a group? TG1 or TG2? round-robin? :). This is not possible AFAIK.

Please rate if helpful.

Regards

Farrukh Haroon

CCIE # 20184 (Security)

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Re: WebVPN Tunnel-Group Aliases and URLS

Hi Farrukh,

Thanks for explaining me the concept. It helped me understand that you cannot have two tunnel-groups with the same alias

Thanks,

Chandru

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