Here is the situation: A CISCO871 router is configured to establish an IP SEC tunnel with a CISCO ASA5520. The configuration is OK about that. I wish to configure the same CISCO871 in order to establish a LAN-to-LAN IP sec Tunnel with another CISCO871 at the same time in order to reach private network. So, I have followed the Cisco procedure Document ID: 71462 "LAN-to-LAN IP sec Tunnel Between Two Routers Configuration Example"; it works, I can reach the peer private network BUT ONLY when the IP SEC tunnel with ASA is not established.
It seems to be a routing problem...I don't find how to configure to make both tunnels up and functional at the same time.
I'm trying to achieve a site-to-site ipsec tunnel to a Cisco ASA 5520. Most examples feature the ASA with a public interface that terminates the tuennel and a private network on another interface that the tunnel interacts with. Where my scenario differs is that the interface that accepts the tunnel is part of a public /29 network where I want the remaining hosts on that subnet to be able to route thrugh to the other end of the tunnel. My tunnel gets established, but any attempts to route via the IP assigned to that one interface result in the ASA rejecting traffic. If so, what configuration options should I consider?
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.
LMS is not reporting on all of my interfaces, utilization in particular. As an example, I have 1 location that is connected via DMVPN tunnels, when I run a utilization report, it only comes back with information for 1 interface, a random interface, port FA 1/7 on the switch module. If it was all of the switchports it might make more sense.
In DFM device detail the interfaces are being managed.
In the Link Utilization Poller, only 1 interface is listed (FA 1/7).
I'm in process of purchasing a new Cisco routers for our branches that will be used primary to enable IPSec virtual tunnel interfce with "tunnel mode ipsec ipv4". does the default IOS IP Base supports this feature? or i need to purchase DATA license or SECURITY license?
I was wondering if there is a way to monitor the total bandwidth available at any given time? My ISP claims and is charging me for a certain amount of bandwidth but I suspect that during the day I am getting much less.
I would like to track available bandwidth continuously (or every 5, 10, 15 minutes) and log that data so I can show them the results. I'm on a Mac 10.7 but can use Windows XP also.
I'm working with two Catalyst 2960 switches and I would like to know if there is a way to monitor bandwidth on individual ports. Ideally I would like to have one graph showing a bandwidth usage reading on each port. I tried using the Network Assistant to accomplish this, but I was only able to view one port at a time. I also tried using a traffic graphing program from Paessler, but a MIB file is needed to allow the program to connect to the switch. When I ran a search on the network management page the 2960 was not on the list for MIB supported products. Is this type of graph possible to do?
I am working as net admin which is i need to monitoring and manage my workplace network( education center )I got a few question about network traffic flow. Here is the issued.I got high bandwidth utilization so high after office hours which is only on night. as we know, after office hours there is no person at the office but the traffic flow on bandwidth utilization is high.what are the possibilities of this issued?
Does the SGE2000 supports NetFlow? I've checked the Cisco docs and also called Cisco support to which no one has been able to answer me.
Anyhow, just in case it doesn't support NetFlow, how to be able to set up something that would be able to check the bandwidth usage on each port?
I've got a problem where I think the SGE2000 switch is failing when I pump around 190~200Mbps through x2 of the ports (Server A on port 1=130Mbps and Server B on port 2=60Mbps) of Multicast traffic (UDP). I can measure the output from the Streaming servers that provide the multicast content, thats how I know the input to the switch and I know that there are no packets lost or any errors departing from the servers, yet when I increase server B to say 80Mbps, I get break up and all sorts of problems on the client end STBs and it is happening on the multicast content provided by Server A too which is a different source, so I'm 99.9% sure its a SGE2000 switch problem which is why I'd like to monitor it somehow.
We have around 20 VPN tunnel via Cisco Router 2821 (Intranet) and around 30 VPN tunnel via Cisco ASA (Internet) with 3rd Parties/Vendors.I wanna know if there is any monitoring tools from Cisco or any others providers who can give me information/trend report about VPN tunnel Up/Down time, Volumns of Traffic, Protocols etc.
I am running LMS 4.2 , using that i am monitering some switches . I am using topology services also. In that i am getting veiw of all connected devices with links. But bandwidth utilization is for those links are not showning in topology veiw .
Is there any settings to be done in LMS 4.2.2 or any configuration changes to done on my switches ? to find the traffic flow bandwidth utilization.
I am using ASA 5510 Firewall and i have established VPN tunnels too , now i want to Monitor the bandwidth utilization , i have installed PRTG Monitor application and want to add the firewall , how to enable the SNMP in ASA .
I have a ea4500 router with 3 pc's, 4 iphones, 2 playstations, ipad, ps vita, house cat, and a printer all wired into the internet. There are four of us in the family all using the internet but I suspect one of us is using considerably more than the other. I live in the country and my current isp has us on the max available account - 50 gigs / month. Lately we have been hitting 45 in less than 3 weeks into the month. I would like to know which of the things connected or which person is using the most of the bandwidth up. Is there a program that doesn't require a phd in quantum physics and networking that can monitor this for me and spit out a report.
I am trying to monitor my ASA 5505. This asa is connect via a ip-sec tunnel to our network. I have no problems with snmp monitoring devices behind the ASA, but when trying to monitor the asa itself I do not get a SNMP response.
The infrastructure has PIX515E as the Firewall and few Web Servers and Database Servers inside. Is it possible to retreieve information regarding the bandwidth available at the outside interface of PIX (Internet link utilization ) utilized by each of the nodes seperately? I could use SNMP to get the overall data transfer at the Outside interface of PIX but isit possible to get utilization details of individual nodes ? Is Netflow an option ?
I matched the traffic statistics on one of my Cisco ASA site-site tunnels with the OID:220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.19942 (cipSecTunHistInOctets). I was real proud of myself for a few days until I checked the history and found the OID wasnt working.After some troubleshooting I found that the last four digits (4142 in this case) change whenever the tunnel drops and re-establishes itself. Any way to collect tunnel utilization history on an ASA with SNMP? Is there a different OID I can use thats based on the endpoint IP?
The other day 3rd party supplier ran some stats on our Gigabit link between 2 Cisco catalyst 3750Gs.now the graphs produced showed only a Maximum output of about 100Mbps ( 5 minute intervals) yet when I do a show interface it shows a lot more always 150Mbps and more. So I did my own Perl script doing an "sh interface" every minute and then graphed it, and the results were a lot different to the MRTG results.Questions: I know MRTG uses SNMP to get the traffic is there a bug in the SNMP, what OID does it use?does the "sh interface" give the correct results?
On the ASA5520 we would like to create a report that gives us trending over 6 monthes for the amount of people logged in via the SSL VPN and for how long. Is there a way to do this on the ASA5520? Does it have this ability? Could I do this in SolarWinds? My boss mentioned a software package that Cisco has that will show a history - is this correct?
We terminated about 25 site-to-site VPN tunnels on the Cisco ASA 5540 (2 GB RAM). It appears that the memory utilization is getting higher when adding the tunnel. We are planing to remove those 25 VPN tunnels out 5540, and soon we will add additional 40 VPN tunnels on it. So it will be total around 65 tunnels, and maybe add couple tunnels per year for the future grow, but about 25 VPN tunnels are using at all the time, the others are just backup purpose, standby only. We are looking for the new network device (router or ASA) to accommodate the needs. Which network device is better to handle VPN tunnel for this infrastructure?
I have a Cisco Aironet 1240AG Access Point and I am trying to setup a guest network that is secure and limited in bandwidth utilization. I see an option under security > SSID Manager on the web interface to select an interface of Radio0-802.11G, Radio1-802.11A or both. Can I put the guest network on the Radio1-802.11A and make it more secure/bandwidth limited or does this option not matter?
We have configured 20 route in ASA 5520. The CPU usage goes to 100 % at the moment when we add a specific route.route inside 10.254.101.0 255. 255. 255.0 10.254.102.254 1.This is the same case when we add this route at the first cli or as the 10th cli or the 21 cli (errespective of the position of cli) There is an another route out of which 20 routes we have configured is route inside 10.254.103.0 255.255.255.0 10.254.102.254 1.The normal case if we dont add the problamatic route , then the CPU utilization is only 2 %.
I am using asa 5520 and asa 5540 for remote access vpn connections. Is it possible to do active monitoring of my vpn connections so that there would be alerts for vpn tunnels that fail to establish due to other reasons other than user authentication?
we have ASA 5520 with IOS 8.0 , when i am trying to add more static routes on the inside interface the CPU utilization is going up. one faced the same issue. I am configuring through the cisco ASDM 6.1(3)f.