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Re: Cisco ASA VPN - Returning IETF-Framed-IP-Address

Hey Alamay! Good question. I think you have to install VeePN. Because your VPN tells the search engine that you are, in fact, in that location and are making the same searches a local person would. 

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Re: Cisco ASA VPN - Returning IETF-Framed-IP-Address

Hello,

I am using today ClearPass Policy Manager 6.7.10.109323.
I followed same steps and I got to the same point:
- I see the attribute on the Input \ Authorization:TPRO-AD:DialIn-StaticIP but shows nothing on the output and hence AnyConnect VPN Client doesn't receice the Dial-IN IP.

Any idea "about the next step"?

Thanks,
Florin.
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Re: Cisco ASA VPN - Returning IETF-Framed-IP-Address

I did check logs and it's written there:

[RequestHandler-1-0x7f7e069f4700 h=756 c=R00000015-01-5d48f595] ERROR Common.RadiusVendorAttrMap - Invalid value for Vendor=IETF Attribute=8 Value=186611383 Type=IPv4Address

Any advice?

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Re: Cisco ASA VPN - Returning IETF-Framed-IP-Address

Here's what I did:

 - decided to use an unused AD Attribute: extensionAttribute_no12

 - created a Powershell script to copy the STATIC IPv4 address to this String Type extensionAttribute_no12

 - replaced on the AD Source Attributes the thread suggestion msRADIUSFramedIPAddress extensionAttribute_no12

 

And it finally works.

 

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