Cisco VPN :: 1921 - Specific Way To Bring Up Tunnel?
Aug 2, 2011
I am trying to configure an IPSEC tunnel on a 1921 router. What I hope to accomplish is that using a IP SLA that the IPSEC tunnel will only be brought up IF the normal WAN connection is not responding. My thoughts were to route the traffic that needed to come back to corporate through a loopback interface but I havent found a way to do that.
I know I can bring up a tunnel up-and-up without any layer 3 address, without any ipv4 or ipv6 address (apart from tunnel source/destination of course). And I don't have to use "ip unnumbered <interface>" either. But what good is a tunnel interface with no address? Can you bridge them or something?
How do I get one of these to automatically bring up the VPN tunnel without the end user having to login and click connect? I got the VPN working Dynamic to ASA static, but it doesnt come up on its own when I try to access something over VPN.
Need assistance understanding how in ASDM/Configuration/Site-to-Site VPN/Connection Profiles/ "Any Entry" I can specify that I only want to offer an IKE Proposal of pre-share-aes-256-sha?
The IKE Proposal field has a number of possible options including: pre-share-aes-256-md5, pre-share-3des-md5, pre-share-aes-256-sha, pre-share-aes-192-sha, pre-share-3des-md5, pre-share-aes-sha and pre-share-3des-sha.
I am able to pick a specific IPSec Proposal w/o issue but when I attempt to do the same for the IKE Proposal, and click OK the choice does not "stick" but rather returns to the entire list as defined above.
we use the Cisco VPN-Client to connect to our CISCO1921 Router and want to go out again on the same interface to the internet. We configured the connection with the IOS scurity package, have no split tunneling - so the client is forced with it's default gateway to our router - we also have pushed our local dns-server to the client and he gets dns results. Now I think we have to got out with some kind of NAT, because our client has a private IP from the IPSec Client pool. At the moment we have no NAT inside/outside, bacause we only use official IP addres in- and ouside (data-room usage).
- Is it possible to get the NAT function going in and out on the same interface with crypto_map IPSec user comming in and going out to the internet ? - Is it more secure to configure this with vrf ? - Has some a link to example configurations for this ?
Equipment Cisco1921, HWIC-1ADSL, 2 x GB Ethernet interfaces (Only one used for local LAN) Software IOS Version 15.1(1)T2..I have been asked to configure this router to provide an IPSEC tunnel back to our central office.We have been provided with an ADSL business class 7MB service from Telecom Italia, they have presented the circuit to our office with no terminating equipment (wires only). Telecom Italia have provided us with some IP addressing information as follows (I will not disclose the entire IP address) [code]
I can see that the packet count is increasing both inbound and outbound on the ATM interface. I have read many documents and tried many different way to try and get this resolved, I even logged a call with Cisco but no dice.
I have a number of sites in China, they have decent inter-country connectivity but poor connectivity when going overseas.
We have a single site in China witha dedicated 1:1 leased line that has good conectivity both inside and outside of China.
All the sites in China have ASA5505 firewalls
One of our Citrix farms is hosted in the UK and although the main site with the leased line is fine accessing the farm the other sites are not. I would like to try and tunnel just the citrix connectivity via a VPN to the China head office then use their connection to get out to the farm.
how to tunnel all traffic but not just specific traffic over the VPN.
I would like to ask some question about VPN clinet and SSL VPN, on my ASA 5510 i have many tunnel-group it have around 5 tunnel-group and i have one SSL VPN,i also have user 20 user. let me show you that:
We need Solution for disabling Anti-Replay on the Firewall for a specific tunnel. ASA 8.4(2) ) does not support disabling Anti-Replay on specific Ipsec tunnel , is it true , then if we want to disable Anti-replay , what we have to do in ASA5540 .
(Setup routing and iptables for new VPN connection to redirect **only** ports 80 and 443) Only my goal is a bit different. I am running a headless gui-less install of Ubuntu Server 12.04 that is being used for a variety of different purposes... I would like all traffic to travel un-prohibited through my ISP except for my transmission traffic. I have a VPN i subscribe to that allows me access for which I only want to direct a single port's traffic to. I am currently using a modified version of the code from the above link. My current code is below:
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] ..........
We want to puchase new Cisco ISR 1921/K9 . i want to know does it support the following sample IP-SLA commands
ip sla 2icmp-echo 172.16.1.2timeout 500frequency 1ip sla schedule 2 life forever start-time now
track 10 rtr 1 reachability delay down 1 up 1 ! track 20 rtr 2 reachability delay down 1 up 1 ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.2 track 10ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 172.16.1.2 track 20
Im asking above question because we will need to enable ip-sla on the mentioned router. as i read on the cisco webside, it says Cisco-ISR-1921/K9-IP Base support only IP-SLA RESPONDER feature nothing else. If Cisco-921/K9 does not support the above commands , should i go for ordering Cisco-1921-SEC/K9 ?
I use a router RV082 with load balancing. My problem is when I try to access a specific site, I get the error message that my IP address changes and I can not use 2 ip address. I want to specify an ip range to always use the same WAN port.
Im trying to setup a site to site VPN using a Cisco 877, problem is we have no ADSL presentation, we've just been given an Ethernet line to use from another client in the building, If i plug my laptop into the port and use the External IP information given i can use the internet and ping the other VPN just fine, if i place my blank config 877 into the port and set up VLAN 10 to use the same IP information, it cant even ping the local gateway? The port on the router is in VLAN 10 like it should be and the interfaces are all up, the router can ping its local VLAN 10 ip address.
Is it possible to enable an absolute value rate limit using QOS on a HP ProCurve 5406 switch for a particular IP range on a specific port? Is there a way to configure our HP 5406 with an absolute rate limit on "WAN" port for that server's IP range? I would like to limit it to only being capable of sending 1Mbps worth of traffic over the head end at once.Everything in the documentation points towards priority queues, which as far as I can tell, isn't really what I want.Baring accomplishing this goal using rate limiting is there a better way to prevent our services from accidentally saturating this connection?i thimkong about somthing like that:
class ipv4 rate-limit-port-A1 match ip 10.136.0.0/16 any exit policy qos port-a1-ratelimit class servers-to-be-slowed action rate-limit kbps 1000 exit interface A1 service-policy port-a1-ratelimit inI'm not sure about this.
I've attached my ASA's config. I can't bring the VPN up by pinging from the ASA but the VPN will come up when someone pings from behind the ISA server. So the problem seems to be routing/NAT on my ASA because my pings aren't being directed out the tunnel. The VPN in question has 64.106.x.x as the peer and AES 256/SHA for phase 1 and 2.
I'm trying to bring up two t1 and bundle them into a multilink on a 3845 on one end and a 3725 on the other end. On the 3845 I have installed two VWIC-2MFT-T1-DI and on the 3725 I have installed two VWIC-2MFT-T1 and a 1DSU/CSU-T1-V2.
For some reason I'm able to bring up the T1's on the DSU/CSU WIC. When I try to connect the T1 on the other WICs, on the 3845 I see SLIPs and Interface Resets however on the 3725 there is no errors however I still see UP DOWN.
Have already checked in the Device Manager if the �Allow this device to wake the computer� is unchecked.What do I do to bring the sleep mode back without turning off the file sharing (if file sharing caused the problem)?
I've to bring vlan 2 access to a remote site through 2 AP1261N configured as bridges. Here it is the network diagram
One AP1261N is configured as root bridge. Its ethernet interface is connected to a switch with vlan 1 native and vlan 2 tagged. Vlan 1 is for APs and switches management. Vlan 2 is for users access. The other AP1261N is configured as non-root bridge and one PC is directly connected to the AP's ethernet interface. I've successfully managed to create i wireless link between the 2 APs and so I can reach the vlan 1 IP address of the non-root AP. My problem is that I can't reach the PC connected to the non-root AP.
I have 2 4402 WLC running 7.x.x.x code. I also have some 1510 Mesh- L WAPs that require an old version of code. I need 22.214.171.124M for those. Is it possible to bring up a 3rd controller running this old code with the other 2 4402's running modern code? What will break? I know that anchoring and mobility might get messed up. What are the other caveats?
I'm using a Dell computer CPU i7 8 gig of ram. It is wired in to the router. Why does it take so long to log into the router and bring up the different pages in the settings. I have never seen a router take so long. I have not updated the firmware version 2.02NA. I have not upgraded it yet. oh I have a cable connection. When I surf the web the pages come-up fast.
I am trying to connect a 6509 switch to a 4503-E switch using single mode dark fiber over a distance of less than half a mile. Although a routine task, it does not work..We have a care 6509 switch where we concentrate all of our dark fiber connections for our remote sites. The 6509 switch already has 30 remote sites, most of them with 4503-E switches, connected in this way therefore it is a tested scenario. For the connections we use the GLC-LH-SM SFPs on both switches. Out of these 30 sites we had a similar problem with two of them, which we solved with the use of CWDM SFPs. With the CWDMs the fiber came up right away. However, I cannot keep using this solution because it is way too expensive! I had the losses of the fiber measured end-to-end and they are negligible (>0.5 dB).
In this latest case, like I said, we could not bring the connection up between the core 6509 switch and the 4503-E switch using the GLC-LH-SM SFPs. I then replaced the 4503-E switch with a 3560 and the link came up! Then I tried using a CWDM-SFP in the 4503-E, while keeping the GLC-LH-SM SFP in the 6509 and the link came alive again! Of course we already tried replacing the fiber patch cords with no luck. [code] I find it very weird for the link to work with the 3560 or with a CWDM in the 4503 but NOT with the SFP in the 4503!
I have two 3825's. Each has it's own ISP connection. Nat is configued for both. They have an ethernet connection between them and I'm running OSPF between the two so the routes propogate. I have qty 11 Dialer interfaces configured on each router (each router has an exact copy of the other routers dialer interface). However, I only want the Dialers up if the ISP connection on the mated router goes down. Much like HSRP I need one to preempt and be active if both ISP connections are up. When one goes down the other Dialers must come up. Each dialer sends a Dynamic DNS host name and IP address pair to DynDNS.org. So I cannot have both up otherwise the DNS names will bounce between ISP#1's IP address and ISP#2's IP address (back and forth). Let me know if any option exists to make this happen. As an aside the ISP's are providing me DHCP addresses so I cannot work off of an IP, it has to be the physical interface (i.e. Gi0/0).
I need WIFI inside a giant steel Quanset hut. There is a good signal right outside. Is there a way to do this with one device? I was wondering if I could put one of the antennas of a WRT54G through a hole to the outside and then set it in repeater mode. Theory being it would use the outside antenna to pickup the signal and the inside antenna to broadcast.
Will this router ever see a firmware update so that we can have some additional functionality? The version of Twonky Media server that was bundled with this router was old to begin with, and now we are stuck with it? I tried the E4200 but it just kept spinning my drive that's parked in a ThermalTake BlackX, at least the 3000 doesn't do that, but when can we expect some new firmware, it's been 8 months. I used to love Linksys, but with this kind of support I may have to move to a different brand, and I bet I am not alone. it doesn't break the E3000 like you broke the 4200.