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Cisco SSL VPN

We currently have Cisco ASA 5520s with 8.4.3.  What we would like to do is configure a Cisco SSL VPN where we would have a user web into a site, https://oursite.oursite.com and have an agent download once authentication has been accepted.  When done, we would reserve the right to have the agent remain on the device or remove it completely with no residual.

Can this be done today on teh Cisco ASA? Are there configuration examples for this?  Would I need to download the latest anyconnect file?

Thank you all

Dwane

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VIP Purple

Re: Cisco SSL VPN

If you mean the AnyConnect Client when you talk about the "agent", then you can do it that way. The only difference will be that the function to remove the client after logout is not available any more in newer software.

The easiest way to configure that is through the VPN-Wizard of the ASDM. You can enable the command-preview in the preferences if you are interested in the resulting CLI-config.

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VIP Purple

Re: Cisco SSL VPN

If you mean the AnyConnect Client when you talk about the "agent", then you can do it that way. The only difference will be that the function to remove the client after logout is not available any more in newer software.

The easiest way to configure that is through the VPN-Wizard of the ASDM. You can enable the command-preview in the preferences if you are interested in the resulting CLI-config.

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Don't stop after you've improved your network! Improve the world by lending money to the working poor:
http://www.kiva.org/invitedby/karsteni

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