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Re: Pix VPN Auth to second Win2003 AD Server

 
 
Gary
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      10-15-2008
Artie Lange wrote:
> If I remember, when you configure LDAP authentication you define a
> single server. Perhaps you need to create another instance of the
> authentication for the 2nd DC?


I've never set up LDAP auth but this is a summary of what
I have for AD auth:

aaa-server AD (inside) host 10.0.0.13
nt-auth-domain-controller dc1
aaa-server AD (inside) host 10.0.0.10
nt-auth-domain-controller dc2
tunnel-group example type remote-access
tunnel-group example general-attributes
authentication-server-group AD LOCAL


Since I've never tried authenticating while one of the DCs are offline,
you'll have to test that part for yourself. If all else fails, open a
ticket with the Cisco TAC.

-Gary
 
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