I have a Easy VPN server configured with Radius, and everything works with the newest Cisco VPN Client on windows.
But I can't get it working on the build in iphone.
Windows Client pref.
Connection Entry: Sindby
> Group authentication
Confirm Password: ******************
Thats is on the Windows, and then it pops up with user xauth and everything works.
On the Iphone I have problems figuring out which information goes where.
IPHONE I think it is like this:
Description: ? Sindby
Server: ? xx.xxx.xxx.xx
Account: ? xauth Username
Password: ? Ask every time
Certificate not enabled Certificate not enabled
Groupname: ? Sindby
Key: ? Preshared Secret Key
In the server log, it seems like it connects fine, and the Iphone pops up with: username & password, I type in my xauth credentials, but it fails and pops up again, and after 3-4 failed trys, it drops the connection.
I know I'm a little behind on this, but is there a way to get the iPhone to work with passwd-expiry? Or is there a way to create 2 different radius authentications? One with passwd-expiry, one without? I only ask because, I have many laptops that connect that need to be prompted to change password, but phones that do not require this function. Any ideas on a work around for this scenario?
I'd be interested in a solution for to allow iphones/ipads as well if it is possible.
In fact, I never successfully managed to allow password changes with the windows cisco vpn client when the password has already expired anyway but removing passwd-expiry now breaks my config for all devices.
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