This post describes how to configure a Cisco IOS Router with WebVPN. Cisco ISE (v2.1) will be used as a RADIUS server, to provide authentication and authorization. For testing purposes group membership will be used to determined which RADIUS attributes will be pushed to the connecting client.
RADIUS Server Configuration
For authorization Admin users will be permitted to use split tunnel, these configuration settings will be controlled centrally and pushed to the clients if they pass authorization.
Step 1 – Define Network Device
Add the Router as a Network Device, ensure to enter the shared secret password, this must match the shared secret configured on the router.
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When using a Cisco ASA with the AnyConnect VPN Client software in some instances it is useful to assign the same static IP address to a client whenever they connect to the VPN. Within Active Directory you can configure per user a static IP address and use this IP address whenever the user connects to the VPN. The RADIUS Server (in this instance Cisco ISE 2.0) can be configured to query the attribute in AD which is the” msRADIUSFramedIPAddress” value and assign to the client whenever they connect.
This blog post describes the steps to modify the configuration of ASA/ISE/AD and assumes the Cisco ASA is already properly configured and users can successfully authenticate using the AnyConnect VPN client and receive an IP address from the IP Address Pool. Cisco ISE is defined as the RADIUS Server with Active Directory defined as the External Identity Source.
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