I have been working with SSLVPN portals and customising for my client -- unfortunately this is an upgrade from a different system and the client wants it to look identical to the previous portal. As such I have had to use external pages. Under the portal customistion I have set the external home page. This would be OK if these pages did not then try to do SSO. I have tried to use the CSCO_WEBVPN variables in the links but they only show up as literal values. Is there a way to make them act as variables? I tried addnig the post plugin as per
URI format has to start with post:// ....../?username=CSCO_WEBVPN_NAME this works when using the customisation of the portal page -- this works with the external home page uri but does not apply to links contained in the custom page. You need to use a hidden field to recover the post variables then add them to the link.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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