ASA Local Authentication Using Active Directory

I had a heck of a time figuring out how to set this up. Cisco's documentation related to LDAP authentication is all over the place and there isn't one article that describes just this. If you want to use Microsoft Active Directory to authenticate users locally logging in to the ASA and give them privileged … Continue reading ASA Local Authentication Using Active Directory

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Adding Routes on Windows Servers

I'll preface this post by saying I HATE┬áhost┬ároutes (not often that I capitalize words so you know how serious this is...) Lets face it, sometimes you need to add one to make an old and a new environment work, testing, VPN, B2B networks, etc. etc. Windows has a basic, but in my opinion, a somewhat … Continue reading Adding Routes on Windows Servers