I am looking into more complicated SSL VPN deployment with Cisco 1000v. Here are details
1000v as SSL VPN for multiple projects/network
1000v will have VLAN interface on each network, but will not act as default gateway
Each network VLAN has its own DHCP server/default gateway
User authentication needs to be done against central database via LDAP/AD
Logon screen needs to be customized and provide three entries - username, password and project (VLAN) number
After successful authentication user machine is dropped into target VLAN and needs get IP address from the DHCP server at that VLAN
1000v should act as a transparent L2 bridge between the remote client and the local VLAN/network
The deployment should support at least 100 concurrent users with combination of different factors - it can be 1 user per network/VLAN and one of them are in separate VLAN/network, or it can be 100 users all connecting to the same VLAN.
All above are required. The above setup works fine with F5 APM.
My question is if the same can be done with Cisco's SSL VPN.
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