How configure Cisco AnyConnect on Cisco ASA?

How configure Cisco AnyConnect on Cisco ASA?

5 Steps to Configure Cisco AnyConnect VPN

  1. Configure AAA authentication. The first thing to configure is AAA authentication.
  2. Define VPN protocols. When users connect their VPN, they’ll need an IP address for the VPN session.
  3. Configure tunnel groups.
  4. Set group policies.
  5. Apply the configuration.
  6. Authenticating logic flow.

How does Cisco AnyConnect VPN client work?

When a user opens a VPN session using Cisco AnyConnect, the AnyConnect client connects to the adaptive security appliance using SSL. The client authenticates with the adaptive security appliance and is assigned an internal IP address on the network.

What is ASA VPN?

The ASA in Cisco ASA stands for Adaptive Security Appliance. In brief, Cisco ASA is a security device that combines firewall, antivirus, intrusion prevention, and virtual private network (VPN) capabilities. It provides proactive threat defense that stops attacks before they spread through the network.

How to connect to Cisco ASA?

Connect the power supply with the power cable.

  • Connect the small,rectangular connector of the power supply cable to the power connector on the rear.
  • Connect the AC power connector of the power supply input cable to an electrical outlet.
  • Check the power LED; if it is solid green,then the device is powered on.
  • How to force Cisco ASA to sync configuration?

    (PIX security appliance only) Enable LAN-based failover.

  • Define the failover interface.
  • Designate this unit as the secondary unit: hostname (config)#failover lan unit secondary Note: This step is optional because by default units are designated as secondary unless previously configured otherwise.
  • Enable failover.
  • Can the Cisco ASA be used as a router?

    The ASA is NOT a router, though and while you can do things on the ASA that can make it act something like a router it is important to understand the differences between true routing and what the ASA actually does.

    How to configure Cisco ASA firewall with basic configuration?

    Configure Zones

  • Assign Router Interfaces to zones
  • Create Zone Pairs
  • Configure Interzone Access Policy (Class Maps&Policy Maps)
  • Apply Policy Maps to Zone Pairs