Re: help with pix 501

From: QQ (QQ@dontbother.info)
Date: 04/01/02


From: "QQ" <QQ@dontbother.info>
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 20:47:39 -0600

you don't need radius or tacacs, you can have local users

vpdn username <sombodey> password <password>

"Cybernetics, Monmouth" <shop@cyberneticsonline.co.uk> wrote in message
news:Vnrp8.22869$gj7.3771364@news2-win.server.ntlworld.com...
> hi,
>
> i need to setup vpn on a pix 501 for remote users with varying ip
> addresses..
>
> from the cisco docs it looks like i need a tacacs or radius server - is
this
> true?
>
> anyone know of a simple guide somewhere?
>
> (the client will be using cisco secure 1.1 client)
>
>



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