I would like to allow Cisco VPN client & Windows L2tp vpn connections to tha ASA5505. I can connect ok using the cisco vpn client (4.8) to both groups the cisco_clients and the defaultRAGroup, but whatever I do I cant use the windows client I get error 800 most of the time. I ran dubug on the ASA and it appears phase 1 is ok but on the xp client running wireshark I can see the pptp packets then isakmp packets then almost imediately the pc errors.
I have gone over the config numerous times but cant see what is wrong. I flattened the ASA and configured it from scratch but still I could not connect. I have tried multiple xp clients without cisco client installed tried the ProhibitIpsec key all to no avail.
2nd Part of question according to the docs I have to use the DefaultRAgroup etc if I want two group using l2tp does that mean I cant do that, ideally I want multiple l2tp clients one group allowed to access all devices the other to have access to specific hosts on the dmz. Using the Cisco vpn client essentially I have acomplished this but not sure about l2tp clients.
Should I have the strip realm & group enabled
Getting the clients able to connect would be a start in the right direction
p.s I used the following doc although I am not using radius
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