Does anyone know if it is possible to allow different access to groups that connect via the SSL VPN clients.
If I understand the Concentrators documentation correctly, all SSL thick client and webVPN users fall under the Base group, there's no method to apply differentiated access to separate groups or individuals such as there is when using IPSEC.
If that is true then I would say that's a significant limitation of Cisco's current SSL VPN implementation.
Yes but this is after initial RADIUS authentication which is defined att the global system level.
I have a problem having one SSL group only accessing webservers. In this group it is sufficient with username/password authencation. Then we have a SSL group for technicians that have all kind of TCP/IP access to the network. I want to authenticate these users with another RADIUS server that has build in OTP support. As far as I know this is impossible.
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