The last chapter introduced how to configure the VPN 3000 concentrators to accept IPsec remote access sessions. This chapter will focus on using a concentrator to terminate other types of remote access sessions, including:
The remainder of this chapter will focus on the configuration of the concentrator to support these types of remote access VPN implementations. I'll spend more time on implementing PPTP/L2TP connectivity in Chapter 13, "Windows Software Client." Most of this chapter is dedicated to the newest CiscoVPN implementation: SSL. Cisco refers to their SSL VPN implementation as WebVPN. I'll focus on setting up the concentrator to accept clientless connections (just a web browser), thin client connections (port forwarding), and network client connections (SSL VPN Client software).