Hello, Need some help to configure the ASA firewall to allow anyone from the outside to VPN through the ASA to our server on the inside network We have the Public IP address 98.101.206.52 to the inside server address 172.16.5.5 Not sure what's required for allowing both L2TP/PPTP through the ASA, ca

Step 1. Configure Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF). Step 2. Configure a loopback interface to use as the pseudowire endpoint. Step 3. Configure an L2TP class (optional). Step 4. Configure a Using Cisco ASA 5505 as an IPsec/L2TP tunnel CLIENT Using Cisco ASA 5505 as an IPsec/L2TP tunnel CLIENT Has anybody done this? It's pretty straightforward to configure the ASA as the server, but I haven't found a configuration example where the ASA is used as the client that authenticates with a remote IPSec/L2TP both the pre-shared key for IPSec and username/password for L2TP. Setting up PPTP/L2TP on Cisco ASA for remote access I have a Cisco ASA 5510 that I am trying to configure for remote access VPN. I need it to work with regular OS -based VPN clients in addition to Cisco's client. I think to make this work I will need to enable PPTP/L2TP on the ASA but I do not know how to do this.

I have a Cisco ASA 5510 that I am trying to configure for remote access VPN. I need it to work with regular OS -based VPN clients in addition to Cisco's client. I think to make this work I will need to enable PPTP/L2TP on the ASA but I do not know how to do this.

L2TP/IPsec Setup Guide for SoftEther VPN Server You can accept L2TP/IPsec VPN Protocol on VPN Server. iOS, Android, Mac OS X or other L2TP/IPsec VPN compatible client devices can connect to your SoftEther VPN Server. Cisco routers or other vendor's L2TPv3 or EtherIP comatible router can also connect to your SoftEther VPN Server. The following links describe how to setup L2TP/IPsec VPN. Cisco ASA Recovery Using Rommon Mode - Cisco ASA VPN

Configuring L2TP over IPSec VPN on Cisco ASA Configuration Example. In this session, a step-by-step configuration tutorial is provided for both pre-8.3 and post-8.3 code. Save time by downloading the validated configuration scripts and have your VPN up in minutes.

Here I'll attempt to give an overview of Cisco ASA's implementation of the static virtual tunnel interface (aka "SVTI", or "VTI" for short), also known more simply as "route-based VPN", and how to configure it on Cisco ASA firewalls. Take a LAN switch that you are already using and connect Cisco ASA #2 to ports that have the same VLAN configuration as those, to which Cisco ASA #1 is connected. Or use a separate device. A simple 8-port switch for $10-$20 is sufficient. Connect the ISP cable into port 1 and use ports 2 and 3 to connect to both Cisco ASA devices. This option The Credentials Pre Shared Key is defined as "mypresharedkey" to match the ASA tunnel group pre-shared-key. Known Issues. Cisco gateways support a proprietary form of hybrid authentication which does not conform to RFC draft standards. At this time the Shrew Soft VPN Client does not support this authentication mode. I have a Cisco ASA 5510 that I am trying to configure for remote access VPN. I need it to work with regular OS -based VPN clients in addition to Cisco's client. I think to make this work I will need to enable PPTP/L2TP on the ASA but I do not know how to do this. You can accept L2TP/IPsec VPN Protocol on VPN Server. iOS, Android, Mac OS X or other L2TP/IPsec VPN compatible client devices can connect to your SoftEther VPN Server. Cisco routers or other vendor's L2TPv3 or EtherIP comatible router can also connect to your SoftEther VPN Server. The following links describe how to setup L2TP/IPsec VPN.