Cisco VPN :: ASA 5520 - Traffic Not Routing Between Remotes Using EzVPN With NEM
Jun 27, 2012
I have ezVPN configured on an ASA 5520 for my server with 5505s as my clients at several remote sites. The tunnels come up no problem and I can hit everything I need to on both sides of the tunnel, but I'm not able to get to another remote network from a remote network. The traffic goes out the tunnel on the 5505 but on the 5520 all I see is a bunch of scrolling tear down messages.
i configured cisco asa 5520 as cisco ezvpn server and cisco 891 as ezvpn client .the configurtion is working fine.i am using client mode on the ezvpn client side.but my quesion is , is it possible to communicate to ezvpn client side internal ip from the ezvpn server side?and one more thing what is the benefit of network extension mode on the client side and how it will work what are possible changes need to do in the server and the client side.
We have an ASA that has 3 IPSEC VPN tunnels and standard interenet trafic coming in on Int E0/0 that I need to have go out Int E0/1. E0/1 is directly connected to a Steelhead Riverbed 2020. The Traffic will need to come back out of the Steelhead Riverbed 2020 and into the ASA to Int E0/2. From here it needs to go out either Int E0/3 which is connected to a Catalyst 3560 Switch or back out Int E0/0 though one of the VPN tunnels. I attached a PDF with a diagram if that works.
The reason we are doing this is we have Riverbed's at all our locations and they need to talk to each other to optimize traffic. Is this routing possible any other way than PBR (Policy Based Routing)? I am of the understanding that PBR is not supported on the ASA or PIX.
I've just started a CCNA course and my lack of knowledge has me a bit stuck. My network is comprised of Cisco components and I'm semi familiar with them just from reading and looking through options. I currently am using a Cisco ASA 5520 on my network and I am trying to join another network via one of the interfaces. My network is 192.168.0.0 255.255.0.0 and my inside interface is 192.168.1.1 255.255.0.0. I enabled a second interface using a static ip of 10.0.0.1 with a subnet of 255.255.255.128. Connected to that interface, I have a Fortigate firewall at 10.0.0.2 255.255.255.128. I can ping just fine from the Fortigate network to the 10.0.0.1 interface on the Cisco ASA 5520 network, but I can not ping the 10.0.0.1 interface (or anything past it) on the ASA 5520 from any computer on the Cisco network. I've read that ACL's and NAT have to be done as well as enabling traffic between interfaces with the same security levels. (both interfaces have security levels of 100 and the option is checked to allow traffic).
Note: each network has it's own internet connection. The connection is to share information on servers on both networks with each other.
I have about 30 remote EZVPN 1811 routers that never come up after a firewall reload for about an hour. I have watched the EZVPN remotes and they believe they still have an IPSEC SA and they never attempt to reconnect until their IKE SA times out. Is there any way I can change this behavior so that the remotes will more rapidly recognize that their SA is invalid and negotiate a new one?
How to configure traffic flow between computers inside VLANs and a routed port? Here is the setup details:
1. Switch 3750-X 2. VLAN 100 - ( SVI IP address 192.168.100.1 /24) 3. VLAN 200 - ( SVI IP address 192.168.200.1 /24) 4. routed port gi1/0/48 (IP address 192.168.150.1 /24). Note: this port is directly connected to a firewall ASA 5520 port IP 192.168.150.100 /24
Ip routing is enabled on the switch and inter vlan traffic is flowing ok. I can ping the routed port gi1/0/48 from any computer connected in the VLAN 100 or 200. For example computer with IP 192.168.100.25 can ping the routed port 192.168.150.1. Switch can ping firewall port 192.168.150.100 and the 'sh ip route' command shows the network 192.168.150.0 /24 as directly connected network.
any computer in the two VLANs CANNOT ping firewall ASA port 192.168.150.100 Is it because inter VLAN routing does not work with a routed port on L3 switch? I looked up fallback bridging, but it is meant for non IP traffic.The goal is I am trying to set the ASA port as an internet gateway for VLANs.
I have ezVPN Clients connected to the ASA5510. Those Clients are assigned an IP from 192.168.236.0/24 Pool.
I have a Router of a contractor connected to a dedicated ASA Interface called IBIZA with IP Net 10.100.10.0/24 and the Router itself with the IP 10.100.10.1. Behind that Router is another private Network which I need to reach from the ezVPN Clients.
The Connection from the ezVPN Clients to the "LAN" Interface/Network on the ASA works fine, but I cannot reach either the Contractor Router (10.100.10.1) nor the Network behind that.
From the LAN Network (on the LAN Interface) I can reach both the Contractor Router and the Network behind.
When I use the Packet Tracer Tool from the ASDM it tells me that the Traffic goes through but ends on the LAN Interface. But it should end on the IBIZA Interface or am I wrong here ?
What do I need to tell the ASA to route the Traffic from the ezVPN Client to the Contractor Router and back ? I have set up the ezVPN Connection as full-tunnel so all Traffic goes through the VPN Tunnel. That shouldn´t be the Problem.
We just migrated from a single 5510 to a dual (failover) 5520, It seems that everything is working except the remote VPN. We can establish a tunnel and authenticate as local users, (going to LDAP when all is working) but no traffic is passing. I know I am overlooking something but cant see it. [code]
Our ASA 5520 firewall is running 8.0(4) IOS.I have an internal L2L VPN terminating on my firewall (from an internal remote site) on ENG interface.With the default "sysopt connection permit-vpn" command enabled, VPN traffic is allowed to bypass the ENG interface acl.The security level on the ENG interface is set at 50.The security level on the destination interface PRODUCTION is set at 40.Inbound VPN traffic bypasses ENG interface acl and since higher-to-lower security level allows VPN traffic to flow freely from ENG to PRODUCTION, it seems the only place to check/filter VPN traffic is an ACL placed on the PRODCTTION interface and set at INBOUND (outbound VPN traffic).
I have a VPN tunnel between my ASA 5520 and another device.The tunnel is up and there are no problems in that. I have a SIP device behind my ASA and anther one behind the other device (no specific details about the other side since it is with a client).I have allowed the (ICMP & IP) traffic to pass through the tunnel, and I successfully can ping from my SIP the client's SIP through the tunnel.When I try to make a SIP call over the tunnel it fails.After troubleshooting I found the bellow results:
1- the traffic never go through the tunnel (the number of packets are not increased when I try to make a call although it in increased when I ping the other side)
2- When I made a test using the ASDM (Packet tracer) the result is successful (the traffic is NATed and allowed (passed the access list) and goes through the VPN tunnel).
3- the below result are the output of the logging of my ASA:
6|Nov 23 2008|11:00:24|305011|10.43.11.86|39421|62.Y.98.30|10932|Built dynamic UDP translation from Voice:10.43.11.86/39421 to outside(Voice_nat_outbound):62.Y.98.30/10932 6|Nov 23 2008|11:00:24|302015|63.x.0.102|5060|10.43.11.86|39421|Built outbound UDP connection 476764 for outside:63.x.0.102/5060 (63.x.0.102/5060) to Voice:10.43.11.86/39421 (62.Y.98.30/10932) 6|Nov 23 2008|11:00:24|305011|10.43.11.86|5060|62.Y.98.30|43072|Built dynamic UDP translation from Voice:10.43.11.86/5060 to outside(Voice_nat_outbound):62.Y.98.30/43072
I have a Cisco ASA 5520 (8.0) and I'm trying to figure out how to prioritize traffic to specific websites (by either domain names or IP addresses/ranges). This document [URL] has some great examples, but I'm not able to create a class-map that will match addresses. I'm not doing any other traffic manipulation on this ASA.
I have a firewall ASA 5520. In this time I have connected 3 networks (192.168.1.0 INSIDE, 192.168.2.0 INSIDE2, 10.0.1.0 OUTSIDE). I follow the article [URL] to configure my firewall, but the ASA no permit traffic (ip, udp, icmp, etc) between the networks. The configuration that i have is:
ASA Version 8.2(1) ! hostname Firewall domain-name xxxxxx.com
We can´t reach DMZ servers from other DMZ servers?If I make a ping from DMZ server to another, sometimes only recieve one ping, sometimes 4, sometimes 0.How can I allow the traffic between DMZ servers??
I have a site to site tunnel between two 5520 ASAs. Tunnel is up but when I try to talk to the other side, the implicit deny on the inside interface of the local ASA blocks the traffic. When I ping, the tunnel comes up but in the logs it says it is blocking icmp from inside to outside. I have tried the sys opt connection permit-vpn but it is not working. The traffic is from 5 specific machines within the local sub net that I put in a network object group called Celerra_Replication.
I want to them to be able to talk to 5 machines on the far end of the tunnel in a seperate sub net. They are in a net wrok object group called GP_Celerra_Replication The ACLs I created for this appear to be created correctly allowing IP from Celerra_replication to GP_Celerra_Replication and the opposite on the other side.
I have a two ASA 5520's and I want to be able to see or monitor the traffic between each tunnel. I am using external addresses but for the sake of this question I will use the following: 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124 . How can I montior the traffic?
we have a L2L-VPN-Tunnel beetween our Headquarter (ASA5520 with Network 10.100.1.0) and a branch office (Cisco1841 with network 10.100.10.0 ). This works fine for years, but now we wish to change the configuration so that ALL traffic from the branch office goes over the vpn-tunnel. My question: How I have to change the crypto acl to reach this. Below the relevant parts of the branch route.
We have a 100 Mbps WAN circuit, we have configured an IPsec tunnel between ASA 5520 and Cisco 3845 Router for our DR site replication via Veeam Backup and Replication, it was working fine before, when we established the 3DES tunnel the traffic for certain subnets is dropped after an hour and it stops the replication, although tunnel remains up and we can access the other subnets, as soon as we clear the crypto SA and ISAKMP sessions on the firewall the traffic starts flowing again and then after an hour the traffic is dropped again.So far the testing and differnet configurations we tried are as under.
Tried with a different MTU size both on firewall and ESXi servers but nothing happened.Their is no QOS configuration.Checked the utilization on both ends its Noram although their are subsequent 100% spikes on Cisco 3845 but on average it remians at 30-40%.
I was configure 3 interface on ASA1st - managemetn (only for management)2nd - gig0/0 is connected to internet with real IP3rd - gig0/1 is connected to local networkI was configure routed NAT to internet.But I have problem with restriction incomming traffic to inside interface (ifname is inside)but I can connect to ip address of inside interface from other ip. It is wrong and i can't understand where is my mistake.
We have multiple vpn tunnels coming to our cisco asa 5520 , the problem is that when we create another tunnel with the same network as another network on the firewall , it does not know how to route the traffic to which interface or sub interface.
I am trying to make a basic config on my 5520. The first goal is to make trafic from inside to outside.The internet address is 126.96.36.199 and the default internet gw is 188.8.131.52What am I missing since I can not get trafic from inside to the internet? [code]
We've got a proyect that requires a few thin clients to connect to a remote PCoIP server.
Looking to the documentation, the only port required to be open through Firewalls is TCP/UDP 4172, however, we've seen (making interface captures) that it somehow also uses ESP (IP protocol 50).
We've got a static NAT translation translating those thin clients to a public IP address, we've created ACLs to allow inbound (shouldn't be necessary as our user is connecting to a remote server) and outbound traffic for TCP/UDP 4172 and ESP and I cannot make it work.
I've also enabled IPSec pass-through Inspection to no avail.
how should we configure our ASA to enable this kind of traffic?
I have created a new sub-interface on our ASA 5520 for guest internet access.
My goal is to allow access to a few specific services hanging off some dmz interfaces on the same firewall and full unrestricted access to the internet only. Everything else should be out of bounds.
The order of the rules I plan to setup on the guest interface inbound are:
#1. <rules to allow access to specific services in the dmz>
#2. <block any ip access to the entire private network ip address space>
#3. <permit ip any any>
#1. These rules will give access to the guest user to services located in the dmz
#2. This rule will block all access to any services in the private ip address space (thus blocking access to all internal services)
#3. This rule is to allow access to any other services i.e. the internet.
Is this the best way to achieve my goal in the most secure way or is there a better way? i.e. is there a way to force the traffic by default to only go out the outside interface unless there is a specific rule allowing it go elsewhere?
(Of course Dynamic PAT will also be configured for traffic coming from the guest interface to the outside interface.)
I have installed asa 5520 , software ver is 8.4,I have SSM-20 installed in asa 5520. How to pass traffic through this ssm-20 ,how to create sensors,how to update signatures of this IPS module ,is there any procedure to automatically update the signatures .
I have a handheld device that will be used for inventory outside of our office. It has 3g capabilities. Is there anyway I can permit traffic from this device from the outside world coming into my network? I need to open a couple of ports so it can hit the server. But I have no intention to open these ports up to the entire world. I use an ASA 5520 with a managed router from our provider. I looked around on the Cisco site and the only information I found was for permitting and denying traffic from devices that are within the network.