Which of the following group policies will be based when a user establishes a VPN connection by using the boson connection profile? (Select the best answer.)

Last Updated on August 3, 2021 by Admin

You are using ASDM to verify an IPSec VPN configuration made by another administrator on an ASA.
Please click exhibit to answer the following questions.

Exhibit:

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Which of the following group policies will be based when a user establishes a VPN connection by using the boson connection profile? (Select the best answer.)

  • internal
  • temporary
  • DfltGrpPolicy
  • boson
Explanation:
The boson connection profile will use the boson group policy. When creating an IP Security (IPSec) connection profile in Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM), you can specify a number of parameters. For example, you can specify the type of authentication to use and the default group policy to use for VPN connections made by using the connection profile. This information can be configured or modified on the Add or Edit IPsec Remote Access Connection Profile dialog box in ASDM. To access this dialog box in ASDM, you should click Configuration, click the Remote Access VPN button, expand Network (Client) Access, click IPsec Connection Profiles, and then doubleclick the connection profile that you want to view. The Edit IPsec Remote Access Connection Profile dialog box for the boson connection profile is shown in the following exhibit:

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On the Basic pane, you can determine that the Group Policy setting is configured to use the boson group policy. Thus the boson connection profile will not use the DfltGrpPolicy, the internal, or the temporary group policies.

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