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AnyConnect issue with Cisco ASA 5505

I continue to bang my head against the wall on this one. Everytime I try to connect to the AnyConnect SSL VPN I get the following error

"No address available for SVC connection"

I have verified up and down that my VPN pool is there and assigned. I have deleted/re-added this so many times. I am using the ADSM to set this up via the wizard. Any help please?

 

Here is my config

 

http://pastebin.com/ABvSpzUq

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VIP Green

It seems like you are falling

It seems like you are falling into the default group policy.  You need to either enable tunnel-group-list under the webvpn which allows users to select the group they are connecting to, or configure user attributes to force that user into the correct connection profile..

 

enabling tunnel-group-list

webvpn

tunnel-group-list enable

 

configuring user attributes:

username Chris password mXB.dKavHoEa0gaC encrypted

username Chris attributes

vpn-group-policy HBNS_AnyConnect

group-lock value HBNS_AnyConnect

service-type remote-access

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Hello,you have to define

Go to the client and launch connection and see realtime logging on asdm and see which connection profile/tunnel-group user is connecting (may be wrong tunnel-group is tied to the user connecting.
 

VIP Green

It seems like you are falling

It seems like you are falling into the default group policy.  You need to either enable tunnel-group-list under the webvpn which allows users to select the group they are connecting to, or configure user attributes to force that user into the correct connection profile..

 

enabling tunnel-group-list

webvpn

tunnel-group-list enable

 

configuring user attributes:

username Chris password mXB.dKavHoEa0gaC encrypted

username Chris attributes

vpn-group-policy HBNS_AnyConnect

group-lock value HBNS_AnyConnect

service-type remote-access

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New Member

I just deleted my Group

I just deleted my Group Policy and added the DHCP pool to the default one and the issue was resolved. Thanks for the info, I think you are right on point!

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