I'm in the process of doing an SSL VPN configuration for a customer who wants to integrate the SSL VPN authentication with Active Directory. They want to be able to give each group in AD specific access rights. Essentially do access-lists per a group-policy straight from the firewall to LDAP. The customer doesn't have ACS so I can't use downloadable acl's. I'm familiar with user authentication to LDAP or RADIUS on the firewall, what I haven't done before is map LDAP group to a group policy on the firewall without using ACS.
Has anyone ever done this or know if it can be done with IAS?
You mention firewall so I am assuming you are deploying an ASA. There are a few different ways you can assign LDAP users to a group policy. You can then configure a tunnel group lock and network filter on the respective group policy. Another more flexible solution is to use DAP.
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