Monthly Archives: July 2012

Using macros on Cisco switches

I came across this very neat feature on Cisco switches called macros. I didn’t even know they existed. Let’s imagine the situation in which we need to apply multiple commands on an interface and do that on a regular basis. … Continue reading

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WebVPN five: AnyConnect

The final way of connecting to an ASA with SSL is thick or full client. This client provide us with all functionality that traditional Cisco client does with few benefits, such as the fact that we don’t have to install … Continue reading

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EzVPN Remote with ASA5505

Yes, I did say I was going to continue our WebVPN saga, but it just came to me to set up an ASA5505 for remote access VPN or EzVPN remote and I though why not put it in a blog. … Continue reading

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WebVPN on ASA four: thin client

So far we played with clientLESS access to WebVPN. The major drawback of this method is that too few protocols are supported. The list is really short: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP and CIFS. If we need another protocol, well – tough … Continue reading

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WebVPN on ASA part three: clientless

Now we have a working portal and it’s time to do something with it. Let’s recall how our portal looks like: For now let’s focus on red number marked areas: Drop down list marked with red one is a list … Continue reading

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WebVPN on ASA part two: it’s a time to log in

Ok, so far we have managed to connect to WebVPN portal and now it’s time to log in. There are several methods we can use to log in: locally defined users, RADIUS/TACACS+, RSA SecurID, LDAP, … But before we actually … Continue reading

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WebVPN on ASA part one: very basic config

I have one specific goal in this blog: to enable very basic WebVPN in order to access web portal. Coexistence with WebVPN and ASDM is a plus. So let’s crack our fingers… Step one –  set up a SSL/TLS: because … Continue reading

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