As you can see i have problems with connecting 2 SRP521W together for an VPN tunnel. I tried as much as I can but now i dont know what to do or how and where is the mistake? the connection between these two devices was there last week, after weekend (nothing changed in configs) the connection suddenly was interrupted, without any reason or warning. another day it worked again and 20 mins later connection was dead again...and now it wont establish at all.. here are some screenshots from the vpnconfigs of my devices. one has a static IP the otherone uses FQDN. These are the IKE policies: Here the IPsec Policies: and the GRE policies:
We have configured a site to site tunnel from our ASA to another organizations Cisco 3030. It appears to have just one way initiation. We can do a ping to a device on the remote site and it will ping just fine. however, when the tunnel needs to be initiated from the remote site, it will not work until we have initiated the tunnel and then everything works.
I continue to see Error processing payload: Payload ID: 1 errors on the ASDM logs.It appears that all the configuration is in place because we can in fact establish the IPSec tunnel unidirectional. And once established, traffic can flow bidirectional.
Last week, I was able to establish a site-to-site VPN tunnel between an ASA 5505 and Cisco C881 router just fine. The tunnel was up and and running for a number of days but today the tunnel is no longer up. I was wondering how, if there are any commands to re-establish or re-initiate the tunnel.
I have a site to site VPN tunnel configured between a rv220w and rv180. Everything works fine going from site to site on LAN connections. I'm now trying to tie in the remote site wireless (rv220w side) by pointing radius to my ACS server which is on the other side of the site-to-site tunnel but it seems as though it doesnt route across the site to site tunnel. If i put a radius server on the local lan on the remote site that authentication works fine. I have confirmed there are no ACL problems. the RV220W capable of using a radius server across the vpn tunnel?
I've create many s2s vpn tunnels before, but this one I just can't seem to get going. It's just a simple Site to Site VPN tunnel using preshared keys. Below is the running config for both routers. [Code] ..........
Is it possible to have a site-to-site IPSEC tunnel between 2 identical RV110W routers?I basically want one of them to initiate a secure tunnel with the second so that computers from one router subnet see the computers from the other router subnet.
the RV110W IPSEC site-to-site tunnel, are there necessary 2 x public IPs for it to work, or only 1 public IP is enough? [code]If it works with 1 public ip, the "CLIENT" RV110W configuration should be straightforward (in Advanced VPN SetupRemote Endpoint i fill in the dyndns address?), but how do i setup "HOST" RV110W?
I have ASA 5505, i configured site to site vpn between central site and remote site and is working. Now the problem is we use remote site for troubleshooting purpose, so we need to create a tunnel from remote site to central site. I need to configure such a way that remote site can craete a tunnel to central site, but central site not able to create a tunnel, it just respond to remote site.
our customer unfortunately uses a Watchguard.Finally we could establish a site-to-site vpn connection.To test if the connection re-establish again, we cleared our vpn session by "clear crypto isakmp <session id>" and after that "clear crypto sa <ip address of the peer>"After that, the session is down on our site, but the watchguard keeps the Phase I still up, either the deleting messages from our cisco are visible in the watchguard log files.Watchguard helpdesk told us, that the messages are only seen as a deletion message for Phase II, therefore Watchguard keeps Phase I up and running.Here you could see the cisco 7206 log messages aftre the clear commands:
In my opinion, it looks ok and we do not have problems with other VPN devices with this kind of tests.what could be done that the watchguard deletes Phase I, too? Or that an explicit Phase I deletion message is created and sent by our cisco 7206?
I'm trying to establish site to site VPN between ASA5510 to ASA5520, scenario. [code] our Vendor said to nat the local network to specific ip and use that ip as local pool,here the configuration details [code] i create static nat but its doesn't work for me phase 1 is not up, how to create nat local network to 10.10.10.10.
I'm trying to establish a site to site VPN using ipsec between an RV220W in the UK and an RV042 in Italy to no avail.The RV042 tells me it's "waiting for a connection" and it gives 0.0.0.0 as the remote address (i'm using Dynamic addressing at both ends). I can ping the remote address with a response.The basic parameters I'm using is 3DES with SHA1, but the RV042 offers an option for Perfect Forward Secrecy which the RV220W does not (I've tried toggling this) and the RV220W offers and Extended Authentication mode which I can't see on the RV042.
It is required to setup site to site vpn between cisco 7200 and checkpoint firewall.But tunnel won't establish and following error occured. It's difficult to troubleshoot because other end managed by different party. In our side udp port 500 opened.
I have some challenges with a VPN config I recently setup for a client.I have at the HO the following:
- 1800 router - Avaya phones and Gateway - 1MB radio internet access
At the BO(branch office), i have:
- 871 Router - Avaya phones - 256k internet bandwidth
The only reason we setup the VPN in the first place was for the phones at the BO to be able to connect to the gateway at the HO and also able to make calls and receive calls as if the phones were at the HO.The phones at the BO successfully register to the HO, but are unable to recieve calls and dial out. Everytime I try to make a call, the phone displays a "connecting..." message. [code]
I have a ASA 5510 that has multiple site to site VPNs. I need to create an additiona site to site VPN but only allow 1 host to access and traverse the tunnel. The network is on a 192.168.5.x but the host that will need to access this tunnel needs to be on a 172.16.33.x network. I dont want any other traffic allowed to access or traverse the VPN tunnel for this host. How can I set this up?
I have configured Ipsec vpn tunnel beetween two routers (from site A to site B) over untrusted internet connection by cisco 3825 routers and i can successfully access both of this routers. But now i need to access internet on site B router sitting on site A router. So that if i run traceroute from A site machine then the gateway by which internet passing through shows the ip of site B.
The Architecture of our both site routers :
Site A 10.1.11.0-----Router A 172.18.12.1-----VPN tunnel----Router B 172.18.12.2-----Site B 10.4.11.0
/////Create IKE policy crypto isakmp policy 1 encr aes authentication pre-share group 2 [Code] .....
I have an ASA 5510 8.2(5) in Site1 and a ASA 5505 8.2(1) Site2 they are setup with a site to site tunnel.Each site has VPN clients that connect and I would like to allow clients from both sides access to servers on the other side of the site-to-site tunnel.
I enabled same-security-traffic permit intra-interface I also added the remote networks to access-list that is doing the split tunneling. [code]
It's been a long time since I played in Cisco CLI.Using a Cisco 506 Firewall 6.3(4) PDM 1.0?Problem is I created a site to site tunnnel with a vendor and since then our remote VPN does not work. Completely times out so I am sure I broke something in the crypto map or something similar.
Tunnel is policy 10 using access-list 101 Remote VPN is Policy 20
I have weird problem with a Site to site VPN tunnel from a Cisco ASA 5505 to an Clavister Firewall.When I restart the Cisco ASA 5505 the tunnel is up and down,up, down, down, and I get all strange messages when I see if the tunnel is up or down with the syntax: [code]
After a while like 5-10 min the vpn site to site tunnel is up and here is the strange thing happening I have all accesslists and tunnel accesslists right I can only access one remote network (Main site Clavister Firewall) trought the vpn tunnel behind the Cisco ASA 5505, and I have 5 more remote networks that I want to access but only one remote network is working trought the vpn tunnel behind the Cisco ASA. I see that when I do this syntax in ASA: show crypto ipsec sa.They had a Clavister Firewall before on that site before and now they have a Cisco ASA 5505 and all the rules on the main site thats have the big Clavister Firewall is intact so the problems are in the Cisco ASA 5505. [code]
All these remote networks are at the Main Site Clavister Firewall.
We have approx 40 branch offices - all of which are connected to a single core site over VPN Tunnels using various gear. At one particular site, we are having issues with the tunnel dropping sporadically throughout the day - some days it happens 10 times, some days it happens none. This just randomly started happening two weeks ago, without any changes taking place. Since it started happening, I have upgraded the code to latest versions, but still the issue persists. This particular site has a 2901 and connects back to a 2951.
I have a situation where the site-to-site tunnel is already established using PPTP IPSec VPN with non Cisco Gateways terminating the link on each end. These non Cisco Gateways do not support L2TP tunneling, and there is no plan to change them.Beyond the Gateways on both ends, we have a Cisco 4500 series switch. We need to forward the 802.1q tagged VLANs between the two sites. Is it possible to use 802.1Q tunneling in this case, going via a PPTP tunnel ?
Cisco's setup uses dot1q-tunnel over a L2protocol-tunnel to preserve the original client VLAN tagging, so does this mean that the only option we have is to setup a L2TP tunnel at the Cisco device endpoints, and have that tunnel go through the existing PPTP tunnel (established between the 2 non Cisco VPN Gateways) ?
Remote-access users aren't able to reach our remote network through a site-to-site VPN tunnel between two ASA 5505's.
I've seen several threads about that here, I've run through the walkthrough at [URL] I've taken a stab at setting split tunnelling and nat exemption, but it seems I'm still missing something. Remote-access users can reach the main site, but not the remote site.
Remote-access (vpn-houston) uses 192.168.69.0/24. The main site (houston) uses 10.0.0.0/24 The remote site (lugoff) uses 10.0.1.0/24
At the main site, I have 3 5508 WLCs each part of a mobility group (wlcMain-MG). In NCS, under "System/Mobility Groups" for each controller, I see each controller listed as "local" with the other Controllers listed with the group name "wlcMain-MG". None of the SSIDs are "anchored".
I have a new site with a 2500 series WLC that I would like to push out 2 SSIDs. This site contains two customers. One customer is the Main customer with the second customer leasing space.
I have the Cust2 WLAN at the remote site set to have traffic egress out of a local interface on the 2500 WLC (this traffic is then tunnelled back to their Main location via an ASA which houses the DHCP scope for that vlan). I can connect to this SSID, obtain an IP Address off the ASA and am tunnelling without issue.
For the Cust1 WLAN at the remote site, I would like to broadcast an SSID from the Main location on those same APs which are registered to the 2500. It is my understanding, that I anchor the SSID at the Main site and identically configure the SSID at the remote site. This will allow the end user to authenticate to the RADIUS server at the Main site and be placed upon the correct vlan (we are using DOT1x and dynamic vlans).
For my test, I am starting simple. I have created a test WLAN with no authentication. At the main site, on 5508 WLC3, I have created the test WLAN, and placed the interface into a low security vlan (call it VLAN-low). I have anchored this test WLAN to that controller. At the remote site, I have created the same WLAN (but placed it into the management interface for now - the VLAN-low does not exist at the remote site) and configured that WLAN to anchor back to the WLC3 at the main site. I am unable to obtain an IP address from the remote site. I have placed the remote site WLC in the wlcMain-MG as well. How close does the code need to be on the controllers - the 5508s are at 184.108.40.206 and the 2500 is at 220.127.116.11? What could I be missing?
i have one asa 5505 that have classic remote access vpn set-up and now i need to add site-to-site tunnel on top of the existing configuration. Is that possible with asa 5505 and do i need some special IOS bundle for that? May i use vpn wizard for that or do i need to go through cli since remote access vpn is setup using wizard.
I have a 5505 asa code version 8.3(2). Trying to set up a site to site tunnel with someone and he is asking if I can use ike v2. How do I go about setting up the tunnel to use ikev2? Is ikev2 an option with site to site tunnels?
I am having issues getting my ASA 5540 at site A, to pass TFTP and SYSLOG from itself across the IPSEC tunnel to our SYSMON servers (Syslog and TFTP) that live at site B. I have followed the suggestions of other threads and I am still not getting anywhere. Here is a quick topology diagram.
I cannot get it to work : if interesting traffic comes ffrom the IPSO side, the box would not even try to set up the tunnel. and If it comes fomr the ASA side, the box attempts to do so but it with this strange message : AM_WAIT_MSG2
i have a client who needs to establish a VPN tunnel from his satellite office (Site A) to his corporate office (Site Z). His satellite office will have a single PC sitting behind the ASA. In addition, he needs to be able to VPN from his home (Site H) to Site A to access his PC.The first question I have is about the ASA 5505 and the various licensing options. I want to ensure that an ASA5505-BUN-K9 will be able to establish the site-to-site tunnel as well as allow him to use either the IPsec or SSL VPN client to connect from Site H to Site A. Secondly, I would like to verify that no special routing or configuration would need to take place in order to allow traffic not destined for Site Z (i.e., general web browsing or other traffic to any resource that is not part of the Site Z network) to go out his outside interface without specifically traversing the VPN tunnel (split tunneling?)Finally, if the client were to establish a VPN session from Site H to Site A, would that allow for him to connect directly into resources at Site Z without any special firewall security rules? Since the VPN session would come in on the outside interface, and the tunnel back to Site Z goes out on the same interface, would this constitute a split horizon scenario that would call for a more complex config, or will the ASA handle that automatically without issue?
I have a site to site tunnel (bidirectional) configured between two ASA 5510's (head office and remote office) running 8.2.2. I'm trying to upgrade one end (head office) of the tunnel to 8.3.2 but when I do that, traffic from the remote office to the head office isn't transported. Traffic from the head office to the remote office is still fine (remote desktop sessions, etc).
A quick comparison of the 8.2.2 config and the 8.3.2 config on the head office ASA look identical in terms of the crypto/site-to-site commands.Is there any Cisco guide created yet for creating site/site tunnels under 8.3.2? I'm able to upgrade both ASA at the same time if that's determined to be a prerequisite.