The VPN concentrator has numerous locations to apply ACLS: Interface, group, users, and WebVPN. I have a simple question that I could not resolve on CCO. If I have an ACL applied to a user does this override the ACL applied to the group the user resides in or is it nested with the user ACL most significant?
In this sample configuration, we want to use filters to allow a user to access only one server (10.1.1.2) inside the network and block access to all other resources. The Cisco VPN 3000 Concentrator can be set up to control IPSec, Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), and L2TP client access to network resources with filters. Filters consist of rules, which are similar to access lists on a router. If a router was configured for:
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