Remote access VPN without certificate

Hi all

I want to deploy remote access VPN to ASA using Cisco anyconnect version 5512 customer secure mobility 3.1.05152. However, it must be a valid certificate of a CA such as verisign, entrust...

Is - it there anyway that I can use the certificate auto-signer? Thank you for helping me!

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Hi Harry,.

I think it would always be possible to configure the VPN just with simple authentication AAA.

In my opinion you just set up your client to check worthy of trust of the certificate installed on your ASA.

Please uncheck as on sccreenshot:

Thank you

Jan

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    Source (old configuration guide):

    http://www.Cisco.com/c/en/us/TD/docs/security/ASA/asa71/configuration/guide/conf_gd/trouble.html#wp1059645

    -Jouni

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