I have ASA 5505 (8.4)I set up SSL AnyConnect VPN. I am able to connect from PC and MAC desktop computers using AnyConnect client but when I try use mobile device I am receiving error.Do I need buy the L-ASA-AC-M-5505=license?I see in description Platform: WindowsMy question is would it work with Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPad)?
I have consulted a Cisco partner, as well as two different sources at Cisco and it seems remarkably difficult to find solid answers on anyconnect mobile licensing. I've got a pair of 5550s running 8.3.2 in active/standby. Based on the following license configuration, what do I need to support mobile clients? Anyconnect for mobile is obvious. Essentials? Since changes in 8.3 can I get away with one anyconnect for mobile license or do I need one per firewall? How many mobile clients would I be licensed for, 2500 per firewall? [code]
I have 50 SSL Premium licenses on my ASA 5520 running 8.4. I want to run Anyconnect on IPAD- and IPHONE-devices but it seems that this requires a Mobile-license on top of the premium-license. Is it possible to receive an evaluation-license for this? It will take a few days to receive permanent licenses and I want to user this now.
how to configure AnyConnect on an ASA5505, but I wanted to check before to make sure I was going the right direction.
Setup: I have a very simple setup and basic goal. I currently just have one laptop on E0/1 of my ASA5505 and then the ASA configured with a static IP plugged to the Internet. I have the ASA correctly configured and can browse the web through the laptop. I also have the AnyConnect and AnyConnect Mobile licenses as well.
Goal: I want to set up AnyConnect on the ASA5505 and just establish a successful connection from an android mobile device running the necessary AnyConnect software from the market.
There are lots of guides for specifc set ups, but as described, I want to keep this as simple as possible.
Also, I'm more comfortable with the CLI. Is it simpler to use the ASDM wizard for this?
I am setting up an ASA5505 to allow a VPN with certificate from AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client (iPad)However I get a "No License" message back from the ASA, on the iPad - Anyconnect.I remember reading the ASA5505 came with two licenses.
We have bought L-ASA-AC-PH-5520=Anyconnect Vpn Phone License for our Cisco Phones but when we entered this license into our ASA it shows th following i.e enabled for linksys phones. Is there a diff part no to enable vpn for cisco phones. [code]
I have an SSL VPN set up on my ASA 5520 with a self signed cert. When I run the AnyConnect install on my desktop machine I have click through a few windows to accept the certificate. When I connect through the mobile client on Android, the connection goes right through without a prompt to import/choose/download a certificate. I'm able to connect but I'm wondering if the phone has actually recieved a certificate. I'm in the 'Advanced Connection Editor' screen and the certificate setting says "Automatic".
I'm planning to upgrade Cisco ASA 8.2 to an anyconnect essentials and mobile license. Are there any concerns with some users continuing to utilize the cisco vpn IPSEC client while others migrate to the Anyconnect? I just want to make sure when I upgrade the license that there will not be an immediate requirment to have all users switch to Anyconnect immediately.
Our customer has purchased 2 x L-ASA-AC-E-5520= Anyconnect Essentials VPN Licenses (750 Users)Ive installed both activated licenses as per the cisco guides, I didnt get any errors on the install. I did a reload on both, they are both back up and running as active/standby but when I do a sh ver the license still shows "ASA 5520 VPN Plus License"Am I being dumb and has this worked successfully or should it not now display Anyconnect when I do a sh ver?
I'm new to ASA and bought a used one from ebay but I cannot connect to the ASDM - I get an error in all the browsers.
Cannot communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm(s).
(Error code: ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap)
Having browsed the support forums and Google - it seems I need the 3DES license. I have obtained an activation key from Cisco and applied it to my ASA 5505 however I get a warning about the device is licensed for a higher software level. the license on the ASA is Security plus. When I apply the activation key from Cisco most of the features are disabled.
We purchased an ASA 5505 (ASA5505-BUN-K9) and more recently purchased the license to upgrade it from 10 to 50 users (L-ASA5505-10-50). I would like to provide remote access to users via AnyConnect - specifically, AnyConnnect on Windows plus the iPhone/iPad and Android versions. My understanding is that I should purchase the Anyconnect Essentials (L-ASA-AC-E-5505) and Anyconnect Mobile (L-ASA-AC-M-5505) licenses. Is this correct? If I do this, how many simultaneous remote access VPN connections (via Anyconnect clients) will the ASA then support?
Further, we did not initially purchase Smartnet with this device, but I would like to do so to gain access to software updates. Is there a site or document where I can locate the SKU #'s for Smartnet contracts that would be appropriate with our device?
The output of "show version" is below:
Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.3(1) Device Manager Version 6.3(1) Compiled on Thu 04-Mar-10 16:56 by builders System image file is "disk0:/asa831-k8.bin" Config file at boot was "startup-config"
I have a Cisco ASA 5505 device with basic (default) license, currently all my reirections, VPN's, VLAN's(3 Vlan's) etc are configured on the same and are working fine.Now i need to upgrade my basic license to "Security Plus" for some additional features, if i upgrade it directley is there any complications in present rules, below is my doubhts
1. if i upgrade, did it change any of my present configurations ? 2. is there any name change or property changes for VLAN's or VPN's 3. did it affect the firewall functions 4. If anything goes wrong, can i restore it in to my old state using my previous dump.
One of our clients has recently purchased upgrade licenses for their cisco asa as follows
L-ASA5505-10-50= and L-ASA5505-SEC-PL=
after retrieving the activation key from the cisco website we tried entering the activation key to the asa both via ASDM and telnet when entering the command on telnet the shell becomes unresponsive when entering the command on ASDM we receive a "success" message followed by a request to restart ASDM and save the configuration after a minute or so i get an error screen saying "write mem" the asdm restarts and nothing changes.
I just installed a new asa 5505 and I had to configure the asa myself until my smartnet is activated and the asa is up and running on my network, however when iI try to connect using cisco anyconnect it fails and I get this error. What is wrong with my configuration?
I have a CIsco ASA 5505 with the default license that only allows the use of 3 interfaces (inside, outside, DMZ). I'm already utilizing all 3 but I'd like to configure the AnyConnect Client VPN stuff. I know with solutions like OpenVPN you can configure it to use NAT instead of actually giving it an interface with a different network and configuring routing.
I have an ASA 5505 and i recently for some reason cannot connect to the VPN using anyconnect.Usually users would connect using the Anyconnect URL with the configured port number: https://publicipaddress:8443
Right now we are getting "page cannot be displayed" since it doesn't connect to the Anyconnect URL page.
I haven't done any recent configuration for this to have failed. I have checked the and both ports 443, and 8443 are allowed in the firewall. NAT is also allowing an exemption for the VPN Pool.
I am working on ASA 5505 with Base License that uses 3 VLAN's.
-My VLAN 1 is for used for my home network. -VLAN 2 is connected to the public Internet and my IP gets assigned by ISP dynamically. -VLAN 3 is DMZ where I will have few VM's that would need access to and from the Internet.
I am looking to work with following:
1) 172.16.0.2 that sits on DMZ will need to access public Internet over port 80 2) Permit access from the Internet over port 3389 to 172.16.0.2 3) Permit any host on private VLAN (192.168.0.0 network) to access 172.16.0.2 over the port 3389 4) Permit second VM on the DMZ VLAN let say 172.16.0.3 to access public Internet on all ports. Access in to this host is not permitted. 5) For some reason DHCP hosts are NOT getting DNS (220.127.116.11) entry when IP hets assigned or renew. I have a statements below but it is not working.
Also, if ACL rules for VoIP are written correctly. The goal is to permit these ports (SIP related) to access VoIP router. [code]
I'm tring to setup a DMZ for a guest wireless off of a 5505. So this device has a base license. It has vlan1 and vlan 2 for inside and outside.Another vlan is configured to be a failover for the currently active wan connection. It is using the "no forward interface" command.Can I add another vlan as a DMZ if I use the "no forward interface" command? [code]