Essential AnyConnect SSL VPN?

Hello

I'm a bit confused. What is the difference between licenses(L-ASA-SSL-PR-25=) SSL VPN and Anyconnect Essential(L-ASA-AC-E-5510=)? I'm trying to be more objective and confused about what to buy.

1 allow users to VPN through SSL and telnet on the unix system.

2. allow users to use RDP sessions, once connected to the windows system.

3 allow users to leave their outlook to connect to the Exchange once connected server.

I need a solution that would download the client (just the browser to https://x.x.x.x) and let the customer gets pushed. I also need another VPN profile that uninstalls all customer downloaded when you are offline. The second profile is for people who are using public PC of the trip.

Also, do I need license Anyconnect Mobile wanted to use iPhone or iPad to access vpn SSL url?

Any response would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Sam

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Clientless SSL means you are tunneling SSL to the ASA without (AnyConnect) client.

In other words, the remote computer needs only a browser to establish the secure HTTPS connection and access a potal web that may redirect access to internal resources. This type of connection (without customer) allows access to web applications and via port-forwarding to enable access to other TCP applications.

When you need full network access (imitating the IPsec VPN client) you need the connection SSL (AnyConnect) Client-centred.

This does not require a Web portal, provides with a complete full network access.

If you use AnyConnect, the client can be pushed from the ASA to the customer via the HTTPS connection (and kept on the remote system or removed) depending on the configuration.

If you are looking for a remote SSL connection that can access a portal and newspaper via telnet/RDP, you can use clientless SSL with port forwarding.

If you want to that remote clients have full network access (everything as if they are sitting in the local network), will need you the AnyConnect.

Federico.

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    Is there any type of document from Cisco that describes this case? I looked at the Cisco configuration documents that show:
    -install manually 3rd party SSL VPN vendor certs (IE. VeriSign)

    -to obtain digital certificates for a MS CA ASA (it emits only IPSec certificates for users - the lancers ASA an error on the EKU without specifying the role of authentication server)

    -renew/install the certificate SSL with ADSM (applies only to the self-signed certificates)

    -examined the anyconnect Administrator's guide

    I found two similar positions in the community, but there is no answer from anyone whether or not this is possible.

    https://supportforums.Cisco.com/message/259286#259286

    https://supportforums.Cisco.com/message/1324901#1324901

    I would be grateful for any feedback. I may end up copying the certificate self-signed ASA on all laptops users VPN: S

    Greg

    You treat the SSL VPN as a web server... Create a 3rd party application signing, load it onto your MS CA and select Web server profile... You will need the CA cert so the cert of identification. You load the CA cert first then the cert of the identity.

    You then attach the cert to an interface.

    I did it on my internal interface so that the customization pages would stop sent me some errors in my browser... I went with a cert of public own party 3rd for the external interface given that I expect no area machines to connect and telling users how to install certificates is a pain.

  • ASA 5505 SSL VPN license update

    Hi all.

    Our ASA 5505 with DATABASE default license allowing only 10 simultaneous vpn sessions (including 2 Anyconnect + IPsec). attached a TXT file with the license information. This Firewall is's use only for vpn access, and we less vpn tunnel vpn IPSec-L2L, anyconnect client SSL and IPSec client access configurations vpn to the top and race walk,.

    We are in terms of upgrading vpn license to archive IPSec 10 and 10 Anyconnect and 1 anyconect mobile VPN sessions in time. so my questions are;

    1. can I buy "ASA5500-SSL-10 =" accounting and to upgrade our ASA 5505 without having to buy "L-ASA5505-SEC-PL =" license of pus of security.

    2. asa use to upgrade only Anyconnect SSL vpn license while keeping 10 vpn IPSec comes with the base license.

    Thank you & you expects value comment

    Thank you

    JCK

    1. Yes.

    2.Yes.

    If you want to keep Clientless SSL VPN you do not want to continue with the addition of the ASA5500-SSL-10 = part. If you can do without client (including the conversion the two existing ones), more economically, you can opt for Security Plus and AnyConnect Essentials licenses. (US$ 800 vs price $1250).

    In both cases, the Mobile requires the AnyConnect Mobile (ASA-AC-M-5505) license.

  • SSL VPN 25 user license - impossible to get more than 2 SSL VPN connections

    Hello

    I just installed a user license user Premium 25 for SSL VPN on my Cisco ASA5505.  Even though it states that the license is installed I get still only two client Anyconnect SSL VPN connections and the third fails systematically.  What Miss me?

    Thanks for posting to the forum and that the problem has been resolved, and what caused the problem and what has been done to solve the problem. It's the most useful forum when people can read on a problem and can also read what the problem turned out to be and what was done to solve the problem, I think that it is also a good example to remind us that sometimes, the problem is not in our configuration, or even in the area that we administer. So sometimes we have to look beyond our normal home to find the source of the problem.

    The question mark it resolved makes it even more obvious to readers that they will find a solution to the problem. So thank you to mark the issue as resolved.

    HTH

    Rick

  • How SSL VPN packages for two ASAs clustered licenses

    Hi all!

    If I have installed two Cisco ASA 5550 (ASA5550-BUN-K9) in failover mode, which I know support only 2 concurrent sessions of SSL VPN and you want to upgrade my boxes to support 15 AnyConnect SSL VPN sessions, how many licenses packages I need to buy?

    An ASA5500-SSL-25 for both boxes or two ASA5500-SSL-25 for one per box?

    Depends on what version of ASA you are running.

    If you are running version 8.3 and above, then you just buy 1 ASA5500-SSL-25 for a failover pair and it would work. If you buy 2 ASA5500-SSL-25, one license per box in failover pair, then the license gets grouped into 50 SSL user license.

    Here is the license information for ASA version 8.3 for failover pair:

    http://www.Cisco.com/en/us/docs/security/ASA/asa83/license_standalone/license_management/license.html#wp1315746

    For ASA running version 8.2 and below, you are required to buy 2 ASA5500-SSL-25 (one of each ASA in the failover pair) as the license should be exactly the same for the pair to failover to work, in the earlier version of the SAA.

    Hope that makes sense.

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