Cisco VPN :: 6500 VPN To Juniper Redundant Firewall Active

Jul 15, 2012

I am using 6500 with VPN Accelerator on this device.  I have a dozen other VPN connections GRE and IPSEC to routers and ASA and other Juniper Firewalls.
They all work perfectly.The error I get is map_db_find_best did not find matching map (Never seen this error be for) [code]I can't put the whole config for security reasons.

View 5 Replies


Cisco Firewall :: Two 5505 Redundant With Active Standby Setup?

Oct 21, 2012

I have two 5505 ASA.  I would like to know can I make two 5505 failover redundant with active standby setup?

View 11 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: 6500 / Connect A Juniper SRX Firewall To Core Switches?

Mar 17, 2013

Assume that we have 2 Cisco 6500 series which redundant via GLP, now my question is how can we connect a Juniper SRX firewall to our core switches?

View 2 Replies View Related

Cisco Application :: CSM Active / Active In 2 Redundant 6500s

May 7, 2007

our application team is mandating, that the solution we should come up with for SLB, should support Active/Active mode of SLB operation.
My question, is this mode of operation supported/accredited by Cisco, and what is the draw back from the traditional active/standby.

View 2 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: 6500 FWSM Active / Standby In VSS Mode

May 10, 2012

i do have two 6500 in VSS mode , and one FWSM module on each 6500, i want to configure these modules as Active/Standby, how do i start , should i  follow this (not in VSS mode): url..

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: 6500 Setup In Active / Standby Fail Over Configuration

Feb 29, 2012

I have been having an annoying issue for the past few weeks with my ASA setup. We are using the ASA as our Remote Access Gateway and originally had it setup in a Active/Standby failover configuration using 2 x 5520 ASA's.The original setup of the devices was that the 2 x ASA were setup in a failover configuration, with both of them connecting back to the internal network via a 6500 device. Because of using failover I created a VLAN on the 6500 and put the two ports that connect the ASA's into that VLAN. I then configured the VLAN interface to be the EIGRP interface for the neighbour relationship to the ASA's.
The problem I am seeing is that the EIGRP neighbour relationship between the Active ASA and the 6500 keeps flapping. It occurs abour 4-5 times every day at randmon intervals. Sometimes the neighbour relationship will stay up for 6-7 hours, other times it flaps every 1-2 hours. I initially thought it was due to the failover configuration so I removed one of the ASA's and removed all of the failover configuration, but the EIGRP neighbour flapping problem still exisits. [code] Since removing the failvoer configuration I am thinking it could be a physical cable problem?

View 4 Replies View Related

Cisco WAN :: 5520 - Active / Passive ASA With Redundant ISP Connections

Apr 25, 2012

Currently we are using a single connection to our ISP and in the coming months will be moving to a two seperate connections (to same ISP). In our current setup we utilize active/passive ASA's (5520, single context) and would like to utilize that going forward as well, the reason being is our DMZ's all hang off of these ASA's and we have fiber connectivity between our datacenters.Our main datacenter and DR Datacenter are basically one big LAN with fiber between them, so we have our DMZ networks at both locations currently with both terminating in our ASA's. That way if the ASA at our current site fails the DMZ's are still accessible via the secondary firewall at our DR facility.

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5520s From Active / Standby To Active / Active

Jul 17, 2012

I have a pair of ASA 5520s operating in failover pair as active/standby, having two contexts on them. I am planning to share the load and make it active/active making first context active on the primary unit and second context active on the secondary unit. My question is if this will disrupt any connectivity thru these firewalls when I do "no failover" on the active/standby and assign the contexts to different failover groups and enable the failover back.

View 6 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: Upgrading IOS On 6500 With Redundant Sup 720s

May 8, 2012

I sort of messed up and upgraded the IOS on one supervisor on a 6500 without doing the second, saved and reloaded.   How to I get the 2nd one working again?  When I issued a show module the "normal" Active sup shows active and the standby shows as Supervisor.

View 5 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: Redundant Sup 720 Power Reserve (6500)

Oct 2, 2012

I know that the 6500 with a Sup 720 reserves power for a redundant 720.  If there is no plan to install that redundant Sup, is there a means of releasing that reserved power?  I know that one approach would be to insert a card into that slot to cut the reserve down, but I need to reclaim all of that power. 

View 10 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: 6500 Redundant Supervisor Port Channel?

Oct 30, 2011

I have a Cisco 6500 series switch with VS-C6509E-S720-10G ,I have two redundant supervisors between two chassis on the LAN with no add-on line cards ?

I need to know if I can use the redundant supervisor 10 Gb uplinks to form a layer-2 Port channel between the two 6500 switches as i do not want to use want to keep the port idle additionally I need more bandwidth between the two switches for my server farm?

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: Etherchannel - Redundant 6500 To 3750 Datacenter Switch?

Mar 27, 2012

I have 2 6504's running HSRP as my core.  They are each etherchannel'd to my Datacenter switch (3750 Stack) -- see image below.The problem i a having is with the etherchannel status:

Core1 PO11 status w (waiting)
Core2 PO11 status P(bundled)

DC11 PO48 status P -- but only to Core2 - the interfaces to Core1 are suspended. (See attached configuration documents)  None of the devices have any information in the logs.  I run this same configuration in my central location, but we are running Nexus 7000's.  With the 6500's, do I need to split the port channels on the 3750 to allow them to negotiate the etherchannel? If I split the portchannels, are there any concerns? Should I expect to see the etherchannel status as P (Bundled) or H (Hot-Standby)?

View 2 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: 6500 Redundant Supervisor Engine Will Forward Data While Is Standby

Oct 26, 2011

We bought Cisco sup engine WS-SUP32-GE-3B for 6500 switches 2 nos for redundancy. I have connected 6 systems on each sup engine ports. How to clarify whether both sup engine will forward the data while one is Master and other is standby?

View 4 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5585X Active / Active Failover Group Inter Routing

Mar 20, 2012

I am looking at deploying a pair of 5585X's in an active/active multiple context state.  I am creating Mulitple contexts that need to be able to route to each other.  I was going to deploy a type of Gateway context that has a shared interface to all of the other contexts, instead of sharing interfaces directly between the contexts, i beleive this will work as basically i am just cascadng the contexts and sharing interfaces.
The main problem i have come across, is that if i deploy active/active across two appliances using 2 failover groups i can not see a way to route between them, for example. 
I have Context 1, Context 2 and Context GW A including the shared interfaces of Con1 and Con2  in failover group 1 on appliance A with the respective standbys on Appliance 2. I have Context 2, Context 4 and Context GW B including the shared interfaces of Con 3 and Con 4 in failover group 2 on appliance B with the respective standbys on Appliance 1.
I need to be able to route traffic between Context GW A and GW B so that the contexts can communicate in normal operation and in failover.  I do not beleive that I can share an interface between contexts in two separate failover groups and to be honest without adding a L3 device between the appliances i am not sure if this is possible.

View 9 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5510 Configuration Modifications In Active / Active Mode

Dec 17, 2012

I have two ASA 5510s running in Active/Active mode. I need to make config changes on them. How do I go about it? Do I power off the secondary ASA and make the config changes on the primary and then power on the secondary ASA ? Or this another way to do this?

View 3 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA5520 - Active / Active Failover In Multiple Security Contexts With Dual ISP?

Jun 1, 2011

I have an ASA5520 in location A with an ISP connection and a matching ASA5520 in location B with a separate ISP connection. We have fiber connecting the two locations and vlans passing back and forth so I will be able to configure the failover via a vlan as well as extend the ISP's to each location via vlans. The Active/Active configuration with the multiple security contexts does not seem to be an issue but how is a redundant ISP configured in this mode?We want to have context A using the ASA in location A with ISP1 as the primary and failing over to ISP 2 in locaiton B We also want to have context B using the ASA in location B with ISP 2 as the primary and failing over to ISP1 in location A Would route tracking provide the desired result? Is there a better option?

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: 5520 - ASA Active / Active Failover And IPS Failure

Mar 30, 2011

I have 2 asa 5520 firewalls including and 1 AIP-SSM-10 module in each of them. the configuration is set using active/active failover and context mode.
Both of them run individualy the IPS module. The IPS is configured using inline mode and fail-open option. However when one of the module fails and the state is changing from up to init or anything else making the IPS to fail then failover is detected and ASA consider it as failover and bounce context to the other unit.
IPS soft is 6.0(4) and ASA soft is 8.0(3)
I have checked cisco doc and it is confusing to me. it says:  "The AIP-SSM does not participate in stateful failover if stateful failover is configured on the ASA failover pair." but it really does participate. Running is not really an option because of production network impact matter..

View 2 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA5585-X Active / Active Failover Using Etherchannel?

Dec 27, 2011

its possible to set up active/active failover using etherchannel on 5585s? 

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: How To Configure ASA5520 For Active / Active

Mar 17, 2013

How to Configure ASA5520 for Active/Active

View 8 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: 6500 - VSS Dual-Active Condition

Jan 13, 2013

I am looking to implement VSS using our two 6500 series switches. The "Recovery Actions" when there is a Dual-Active situation says that the active chassis that detects a dual-active condition shuts down all of its non-VSL interfaces (except interfaces configured to be excluded from shutdown) to remove itself from the network, and waits in recovery mode until the VSL links have recovered. Does this mean that the Active chassis gets totally isolated thus triggering the modules on the Standby chassis to be active ?

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco LAN :: 3750 Switch To Juniper Firewall

Oct 6, 2012

We have a 3750 as core switch with critical oracle servers ( production & development ) connected to this. The goal is to have these servers behind a firewall, which is to be done by logically routing the traffic towards the device.Now, we need to connect the 3750 with two juniper srx firewall physically. The oracle server VLAN will be removed from 3750 and same layer 3 vlan will be created in the juniper firewall. How do i connect the 3750 to the two junipers. what configurations will be involved, on a logical basis.

View 11 Replies View Related

Cisco VPN :: Juniper Firewall To ASA 5540 Drops Every 45 Minutes

Oct 10, 2012

We have a VPN established between the above devices (I don't have more info on the Juniper as it's a client site) The Juniper initiates the VPN and all is well, tunnel is up all ok but approx every 45 minutes the VPN drops.
the tunnel parameters are set to keep it alive for 8 hours but that doesn't work.

View 4 Replies View Related

Cisco Routers :: Rv042 As Vpn Behind Juniper SSG5 Firewall

Aug 25, 2012

I need to configure a new RV042 behind a SSG5 firewall. All VPN connections is client to gateway.
Firstly, i tried doing a direct connection(bypassing the firewall), the quickVpn status says connect but I can't even ping the rv. I suspect is due to client own ip is 192.168.1.x and the gateway ip is also How do I resolve this such that users can connect anywhere without having to worry about clash of ip?

View 10 Replies View Related

Cisco Switching/Routing :: 6500 Sup VS-S720-10G Traffic Forwarding In Active And Hot State

Jan 24, 2012

I have catalyst 6500s with two VS-S720-10Gs, one is in Active and one is in Hot state. Both Sup cards have two 10G uplink ports. How does the traffic forwarding works in this case on the uplink ports? Do these uplink ports actively forward traffic or it is only the uplinks ports on Active that forward traffic? I see CDP neighbors on both Active and Hot SUPs uplinks ports - it  indicates that packets are flowing on both cards.
I want all uplink ports on both SUPs to actively forward traffic. Does it work? What is the config for this?

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: 5550 Firewall Set Up For Redundant Purpose

Mar 3, 2011

i two 5550 firewall set up for redundance purpose . in failover we define two different ip add one for primary and one for secondary .interface Ethernet0/0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address xxxx. standby xxxx.0.0.2!interface Ethernet1/0 nameif inside security-level 100 ip address standby gateway for host will be (primary fw address) however in case of failover , the secondary fw will be up with ip address that was assigned for primary .in this case the secondary ip add is actually nerver used? similarly do i need to have two public ip address for outside (one for primary and one for secondary )   ? or in case if primary fails the secondary comes onlie and take the ip of primary fw . hence i only need to purchase just one ip address.

View 6 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: Redundant Interfaces In ASA 8.0?

Aug 3, 2009

In ASA 8.0,I have following queries related to redundant interfaces
a)While configuring redundant interface can the redundant interface again be divided into logical interface like red1.1 , red1.2 ?

b)Is Redundant interface supported in the Multiple context mode

View 4 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: Pix 525 Configuration - Regular Or Redundant Interface

Feb 14, 2012

I am configuring a pix 525,i just found out how to activate the subinterface on it so that's good,the box has a primary unit and secondary unit, both are connected from G0 to redundant switches,if i do a show failover, it says it's using the serial based lan failover, which is fine by me,however, do i need to create a single, regular interface.. or a redundant interface?,i.e. if i create a regular subinterface, will failover still apply to this interface?,or for failover to work, do i need to create a redundant interface (with a redundant id)? i do not seem to have the option to create a subinterface when adding a redundant interface.

View 7 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5540 Redundant Interface Failover

May 8, 2011

I have two ASA 5540s, ver 8.4 configured in Active/Standby failover.I am also using the redundant interface feature for my Inside interface.  Gig0/0 is the active primary and Gig0/1 is standby.
I will activate failover monitoring of the Inside interface using the monitor inside command.
My question concerns the failover monitoring of the redundant interface.  If the gig0/0 connection were to fail would the Gig0/1 interface become Active, AND simultaneously result in a full device failover?
Or, does Gig0/1 of the Inside interface redundant pair simply become active and not change the Inside interface device failover state?  Thus NOT resulting in a device failover.

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: Can Two 5505 FWs Made Into Redundant Pair

Aug 26, 2011

Is this this possible to set up two as a redundant pair as you can do with say a pair of 5510s?

View 3 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5510 Redundant Interface Configuration

Aug 14, 2012

I have configured redundant interface on ASA 5510
interface Redundant1
description *** INSIDES NETWORK ***
member-interface Ethernet0/1 (This is a 1000Mbps Port)
member-interface Ethernet0/2 (This one is 100Mbps)
no nameif
no security-level
no ip address

Then... i issue following command and its OK!
ASA5510# show interface redundant 1 detail
Interface Redundant1 "", is up, line protocol is up
Hardware is i82546GB rev03, BW 1000 Mbps, DLY 10 usec
Auto-Duplex(Full-duplex), Auto-Speed(1000 Mbps)
Input flow control is unsupported, output flow control is off
It's transfer correctly then i no shut and back to normal Primary core switch Gi0/30 Interface again, BUT  redundant interface no revert back. I issued this command again BW remain 100Mbps.

ASA5510# show interface redundant 1 detail
Interface Redundant1 "", is up, line protocol is up
Hardware is i82546GB rev03, BW 100 Mbps, DLY 10 usec
Auto-Duplex(Full-duplex), Auto-Speed(100 Mbps)
[ code]....
I did manually shut down and no shut the secondary core switch interface Gi0/30 Its changed correctly to 1000Mbps .

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: Redundant Inside Interfaces On ASA 5505

Mar 6, 2011

My customer is running an ASA5505 with 8.3 code.
The have a somewhat flaky proxy between their inside LAN and the firewall.  I'd like to have a configuration as follows:
 LAN   > Proxy > VLAN 1 (eth0/2) on ASA
LAN > VLAN 1 (eth0/3) on ASA
So that in the event of Proxy failure (let's just say it loses power) the eth0/3 interface will kick in.
This appears to be easily configured according to the documentation:
"The following example creates two redundant interfaces:
hostname(config)# interface redundant 1
hostname(config-if)# member-interface gigabitethernet 0/0
hostname(config-if)# member-interface gigabitethernet 0/1
hostname(config-if)# interface redundant 2
hostname(config-if)# member-interface gigabitethernet 0/2
hostname(config-if)# member-interface gigabitethernet 0/3"
But these commands don't seem to be available on a 5505.

View 7 Replies View Related

Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5510 Redundant Interfaces With Stack Switches

Jun 10, 2013

we have two ASA 5510 connected in failover, and a pair of cisco 2960s switch connected in stack. Currently one interface of primary ASA is terminated on switch1 and a interface from standby is connected to switch2 as Inside, and switch1 and switch2 are in stack. for redundancy purpose i want to use multiple interfaces of ASA for inside , so first i thought to use etherchannel , but it has a limitation that , it cannot be terminated on stack switch(as per cisco document [URL]
So my question is :
1. can we use redundant interface feature where  2 physical interfaces combined to a redundant interface (eg interface redundant 1) for inside redundancy purpose.

2. Can these ports from primary/standby ASA terminated on stack switches (2960s), will this work (if the switch with active port goes down, will the other port take over in the redundant interface with the other switch).

View 1 Replies View Related

Cisco Routers :: RV042 - Site To Site VPN And Behind Juniper Firewall

Mar 25, 2013

I have no problem configuring both devices to successfully connect when the juniper firewall isn't in the picture.  But due to policy; the RV042 at our main site must sit behind the firewall.
I've got the port forwarding setup but I'm not able to connect.  I know I"m missing some configuration on the RV042 but I can't think of it! I've attached a GIF to give an example of both setups.

View 3 Replies View Related

Copyrights 2005-15, All rights reserved