OK, Does anybody know of any documentation or has any knowledge on how to configure the AnyConnect CLIENT so that I can change the authentication method from RSA to RADIUS.
Now, I can do all of the work required on the ASA, and this is where everything goes south.
AC client connects to ASA - profile says use RSA - user get prompted for username / passcode. - so far so good.
Change ASA to use RADIUS from RSA - save config.
AC Client connects to ASA - Nothing - as Client is configured to use RSA BUT ASA is listening for a RADIUS request - as this can be seen in the logging.
Anyone any ideas as to where I'm going wrong.
Further to this, I have tried to create a blank xml profile, trawled the forums (as best I can) but not seen anything that gives me the answer.
After changing the authentication to Radius server , I hope you have changed the connection profile to use the correct authentication server. Please share the relevant configuration from ASA including connection profile and group-policy that the user connects and the AAA server configuration on ASA.
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