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  • Re: ASA local pool address lease order?

    Hi Brian Yes, it's when you connect with a VPN client and the client get it's IP address from the local pool configured in the ASA. To me it looks like its a round robin function (not first availably as in all (most) DHCP servers). I know the the local pool is not the same as a DHCP server, but from the end-user-view its an IP assignment as
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by pelle on 07-11-2008
  • ASA local pool address lease order?

    Anyone have a clue in which way the ASA offer its IP address from a local pool? Is it a round robin or from the bottom up. I did try to lower the lease time to have the ASA reuse it's address from the 'bottom' of the pool range, but it still provide a new IP address, like a round robin. Do anyone know if it is possible to configure the way
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by pelle on 07-11-2008
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