I have a Site to Site IPSEC VPN Tunnel created with ASDM wizard.
Cisco ASA-5505 Peer A: x.x.x.x Lan A: 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0 Fortinet FortiGate-50b Peer B: y.y.y.y Lan B: 192.168.23.0 255.255.255.0
I start traffic from LAN B with a ping (or telnet it doesn't matter) that receive no reply but tunnel goes up fine.
"show isakmp sa" seems ok (says "State : MM_ACTIVE") "show ipsec sa" seems ok but all #pkts are zero
try ftp, telnet from LAN B to LAN A systems but no one work. "show ipsec sa" all #pkts are zero As soon as I generate traffic from LAN A to LAN B these works (with tunnel already up) also traffic from LAN B to LAN A works.Obviously if I end VPN and start tunnel making traffic from LAN A all work fine bidirectionally, LAN A reach LAN B and LAN B reach LAN A.No msg logged in either two appliance.
Seems a very strange problem because seems not related to Phase1 or Phase2 already established.Traffic (routing ?) start works only after at least one packet goes from LAN A to LAN B.No msg logged in either two appliance.Problems begun in ASA version 8.0(4) ASDM version 6.1(3) and remain/continue after upgrade to ASA Version 8.4(1) ASDM version 6.4(1).
We have 7 remote offices and 10 tower locations that utilize IPsec tunnels back to our HQ. We now want to force all traffic including web surfing through the tunnels. What would be the easiest way to acomplish this? I have tried utilizing the crypto map policy to do this, but was unable to acomplish this.
Each of our office locationss utilize a Cisco 2811 router and the tower locations utilize a Cisco 881.
We are currently experiencing a problem on an IP SEC VPN tunnel that has all of us here completely stumped. We are hoping that one of you experts out there will be able to assist. Here are some basic details:
NETWORKS An IPSEC site to site tunnel has been built between the two sites on different networks. PIX 515E - MAIN SITE Network 172.16.0.0/24 CISCO 1841 - REMOTE SITE Network 172.16.99.0/24
ISSUE All traffic flows over the VPN from the 172.16.99.0 network in the direction of the Pix, such as RDP, SIP etc. Pings will go in both directions across the tunnel. Other than the pings most traffic will NOT flow over the tunnel from the 172.16.0.0 network on the pix to the 172.16.99.0 network on the 1841. It would appear that something on the 1841 is blocking traffic coming in over the tunnel from the 172.16.0.0 network as we can not get a wire shark capture on a PC on the 172.16.99.0 network, other than the ICMP traces. Usually this is an access list problem but we have checked and double checked the configuration and can't see anything.
TROUBLESHOOTING SO FAR
1. Have tried inserting various access list changes to the tunnel on the 1841 to make specific reference to the 172.16.0.0 network. 2. Have tried various NAT entries. 3. Have removed and then recreated the VPN tunnel from a fresh start. 4. Have made the MTU 1400 on the inside interfaces on the Pix and the 1841.
The tunnel is fully up at all times and as we say can ping in both directions.
I am trying to set up a LAN-to-LAN VPN tunnel between two sites. One site has a 5505, and the other site has a 5510. It looks like the tunnel is being established fine (both ISAKMP and IPSEC SAs look OK), but traffic doesn't appear to be routing across the internet between the devices. [code]
I've replaced real networkID to the one mentined below.
Topology: classical IPSec VPN tunnel between two Cisco 892s, with pre-shared key and no GRE. One 892 (branch_892) has access to the Internet via PPPoE and has three networks/vlans behind it. One VLAN is NATed to access internet via the PPPoE. Access to two other VLANs - VL92 (100.100.200.0/24) and VL93 (100.100.100.0/24) need is done thrue the VPN tunnel.
Second 892 (892_DC) has just one interface - WAN on Gigabit enabled/connected and has a static route to the default GW. It does not have any interal network defined. So the router is strictly used to send traffic for VL92/VL93 to the branch 892 via IPSec tunnel.
Here is the problem: access to/from VL93 (100.100.100.0/24) works, however for VL92 (100.100.100.0/24) - does not.
From devices in VL92 I can ping the 892_DC IP address across the VPN tunnel. From the 892_DC router I can also ping devices in VL92. However I can no ping from VL92 any device beyond the 892_DC and at the same time packet arriving on 892_DC for VL92 are not sent out via the VPN tunnel.
I took the packet trace on 892_DC using capture point/buffer to capute packets for VL92 and could see that traffic does arrive at the 892_DC. I run the same capute on Branch_892 and there was not a single packet.More interesting I modified the access list such a way that left on VL92 and still - no packets are sent out thru the tunnel. [code]
We have problems on central firewall with restricting traffic coming from remote office from IPsec. (The network sheme is attached) All branch offices are connected to central asa though IPsec. The main aim is to rule access from branch offices only on the central firewall, NOT on each IPsec tunnel According to the sheme:172.16.1.0/24 is on of the branch office LANs10.1.1.0/24 and 10.2.2.0/24 are central office LANThe crypto ACL looks like permit ip 172.16.1.0/24 10.0.0.0/8 the aim is to restrict access from 172.16.1.0/24 to 10.1.1.0/24 When packets are generated from host 10.1.1.10 to 172.16.1.0/24 all is ok - they are dropped by acl2 When packets are generated from 172.16.1.0/24 to 10.1.1.10 they are not dropped by any ACL - the reason is stateful firewall - traffic bypasses all access lists on a back path I thought that TCP State Bypass feature can solve this problem and disable stateful firewall inspection for traffic coming from 172.16.1.0/24 to 10.1.1.0/24, but it didn't work.The central asa 5500 is configured according to cisco doc [URL]
Is it at all possible to channel all/some data traffic through an established ipsec tunneled connection using the RVL200? I have successfully established an ipsec connection through RVL200 and RV042 routers and are able to connect to servers/computers behind it.Now I want to channel all or some traffic through the ipsec-tunnel for computers that reside on 192.168.1.0 subnet of RVL200 network.
I am trying to use the Advanced Routing option to add static routes but I am not 100% sure if I am configuring the routes correctly.To give an example of routing DNS requests for HOTMAIL.COM [184.108.40.206]: [code]For some reason this does not appear to work. I have also tried using the interface setting of WAN and tested - this also does not work.
i'm using an rv220W and i whant to know if is it possible to assign vpn traffic to a vlan when i setup an ipsec tunnel?
example: Im using different vlans on my rv220W. Vlan 10: engineers (ex: 192.168.1.0/27) no intervlan routing Vlan20: sales (ex: 10.0.123.0/24) no intervlan routing
This is what i need: - An engineer is on the road and when he makes a ipsec vpn connection => assignd to the vlan "engineers" so he can access the server/pc's in that vlan.and when someone from the sales group starts a vpn connection he needs to be in the vlan "sales" so he can access his pc/data,...
This has to be the most weirdest issue I have seen since the past year on my ASA. I have an ASA 5540 running the 8.4(2) code without any issues until I stumbled upon this problem last week and I have spent sleepless nights with no resolution! So, take a deep breath and here is a brief description of my setup and the problem:
A Simple IPSEC tunnel between my ASA 5540 8.4(2) and a Juniper SSG 140 screen OS 6.3.0r9.0(route based VPN)
The tunnel comes up without any issues but the ASA refuses to encrypt the traffic but decrypts it with GLORY! below are some debug outputs, show outputs and a packet tracer output which also has an explanation of my WEIRD NAT issue:
My setup - ( I wont get into the tunnel encryption details as my tunnel negotiations are **** perfect and comes up right off the bat when the ASA is configured as answer only)
As you can see, there is no echo reply packet at all as the packet is not being encapsulated while it is being sent back. I have been going mad with this. Also, this is a live production multi tenant firewall with no issues at all apart from this ****** ip sec tunnel to a juniper!!
Also, the 192.168.10.0/24 is another IP Sec tunnel remote network to this 10.2.4.0/28 network and this IP SEC tunnel has a similar Juniper SSG 140 screen os 6.3.0r9.0 at the remote end and this woks like a charm without any issues, but the 171 is not being encrypted by the ASA at all.
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?
- Ipsec tunnell between two 881's - An Aruba access point trying to set up a tunnell back to controller through the ipsec tunnell, on udp 4500 - Even though traffic shouldn't be NAT'ed (and other traffic is not), udp 4500 is NAT'ed
I guess this might be default behaviour, thing is that it used to work when it was set up as a route based easy vpn.
We have a Cisco 2820 that serves as a hub and our spokes are Cisco 871s. Its been working for a while and for some reason last week. Http and https traffic over the tunnel is having connection issues. I can Remote desktop or PCanywhere into the remote PCs. From that PC I can ping internal IP address or IP of the webmail server or internal webserver with no issue. But if I access it over the browser it times out or it will work and stop working again. Basically ica, icmp, pcanythere, rdp traffic works over the tunnel but not http or https.
can I force an IPSEC L2L tunnel to use NAT-T encapsulation no matter what? Automatic detection says none of the endpoints are behind NAT. I know I can disable it by the "crypto map XXX set nat-t-disable" command, but I want the exact opposite.
I have a very strange issue where asynchronos routing is making my life as a technician very hard.
A side question; Can I do something about an ISP that is policy-base-routing its ESP traffic (and/or translating it)?
I'm attempting to configure a tunnel on a PIX-501 version 6.3. It's an old device that's due to be replaced soon, but unfortunately we need a tunnel now... I have been using this document as a reference (6211): URL ,The remote end is a sonicwall.
The problem seems to be that the pix never sees the interesting traffic for the tunnel, and never tries to initiate a connection. I have enabled crypto ipsec and crypto isakmp debugs, but no data is ever displayed, even when attempting to access a device on the remote side of the tunnel! Someone had tried to set up this device with some tunnels in the past, but was never successful, so I'm thinking there might be remaining commands in the running-config causing problems.
configuring some static NAT entries on a remote site 887 router which also has a IPSec tunnel configured back to our main office.
I have been asked to configure some mobile phone "boost" boxes, which will take a mobile phone and send the traffic over the Internet - this is required because of the poor signal at the branch. These boxes connect via Ethernet to the local network and need a direct connection to the Internet and also certain UDP and TCP ports opening up.
There is only one local subnet on site and the ACL for the crypto map dictates that all traffic from this network to our head office go over the tunnel. What I wanted to do was create another vlan, give this a different subnet. Assign these mobile boost boxes DHCP reservations (there is no interface to them so they cannot be configured) and then allow them to break out to the Internet locally rather than send the traffic back to our head office and have to open up ports on our main ASA firewall.
So I went ahead and created a separate vlan and DHCP reservation and then also followed the guidelines outlined above about using a route-map to stop the traffic being sent down the tunnel and then configured static NAT statements for each of the four ports these boost boxes need to work. I configure the ip nat inside/outside on the relevant ports (vlan 3 for inside, dialer 1 for outside) The configuration can be seen below for the NAT part;
! Denies vpn interesting traffic but permits all otherip access-list extended NAT-Trafficdeny ip 172.19.191.0 0.0.0.255 172.16.0.0 0.3.255.255deny ip 172.19.191.0 0.0.0.255 10.0.0.0 0.255.255.255deny ip 172.19.191.0 0.0.0.255 192.168.128.0
I have been struggling for a few days with getting site-to-site traffic working across a L2L IPSec tunnel. At this point, I have the tunnel up, and I see packets being decrypted on the correct IPSec SA's when I ping from a local network computer on the ASA side to a local network computer on the router side. I cannot ping from one side to the other, but those packets are getting through. We have another L2L tunnel that is from that ASA to another remote site's ASA, and that is functional. I have mirrored the configuration for ACLs, etc. from that site, so I believe that the issue is with the packets getting incorrectly translated by the NAT/NONAT statements/ACLs on the router side.
since a few days I'm trying to solve a problem. I've successfully established an IPSec tunnel between two local LANs. In the main office I'm working with a ASA5510 CLI 8.4 and a static public IP address. The branches are using different Cisco 8xx routers and dynamic public IP address. The following picture shows the current configuration:As I mentioned an IPSec Tunnel between the main office "Intern"-LAN 192.168.1.0/24 and an outside LAN 10.10.0.0/24 is successfully established. Now there is a new intern "Admin"-LAN 192.168.2.0/24 at the main office. The users from the outside LAN 10.10.0.0/24 need the possibility to reach this new intern "Admin"-LAN.Can I simply route the traffic from 10.10.0.0/24 to 192.168.2.0/24 via the existing IPSec-Tunnel? Or need I a new IPSec tunnel between the outside 10.10.0.0/24 LAN and the new "Admin"-LAN 192.168.2.0/24?
I have an ASA5510 configuration that I'd like to add to.In this configuration there is a site to site IPSEC VPN tunnel to a remote location.It is tunneling a particular subnet for me and everything is working.In the remote subnet, there is an ASA 5525-x connected on the outside interface. Let's say for argument's sake, the outside IP is 220.127.116.11.On the Inside interface, i've configured 10.240.32.0/24 network.The only static route I have configured on the 5510 is the default gateway that goes to the ISP.I assumed that I have to add: route Outside 10.240.32.0 255.255.255.0 18.104.22.168 1.I did this, but i'm not able to reach the destination 10.240.32.0/24 network. I can't see anything hitting the 5525-x and the only thing I see on the 5510 is the building outbound ICMP and the teardown for the ICMP.
I´m getting a dynamic public IP from my provider and what I´m trying to do is to establish a remote vpn tunnnel using IPSec which I achieve but every time the sessions resets or the ASA 5505 resets I get a new public IP and I need to put the new IP on the remote client so I can establish the vpn... How can I establish an ipsec vpn using DNS? For this scenario the remote vpn client is a vpn phone but it could be for any vpn client.
Private IP Public IP Private IP PBX ---- (LAN) ---- ASA 5505 ---( Internet ) --- Remote Site ( Router ) --- (LAN) -- VPN Phone
I have a site to site IPSec tunnel setup and operational but periodically the remote site goes down, because of a somewhat reliable internet connection. The only way to get the tunnel to re-establish is to go to the remote site and simply issue a ping from a workstation on the remote network. We were having this same issue with a Cisco PIX 506E but decided to upgrade the hardware and see if that resolve the issue. It ran for well over a year and our assumtions was that the issue was resolved. I was looking in the direction of the security-association lifetime but if we power cycle the unit, I would expect that it would kill the SA but even after power cycling, the VPN does not come up automatically.
I have running more the 30 VPN tunnels on my ASA5540 release 8.3(x).I want to disable one VPN tunnel(temporarily) without removing the configuration either Phase 1 or Phase 2.let me to know the command to disable IPSec VPN tunnel on CLI or ASDM.
I'm having trouble configuring an ASA5505 on version 8.31 code for an IPSec tunnel. I've done this multiple times on 8.2.5 but can't seem to get my tunnel to even attempt to come up on this ASA. Not sure if it's relevent or not, but this remote ASA has never been used for another VPN tunnel before. When I attempt to ping a host on the other side of my tunnel, I just see the following: 8108# sho crypto isa sa
There are no isakmp sas
My local network is 10.1.1.X/24 and my remote peer network contains 66.37.227.X/24. I've been working on this for the better part of the day and would love to get it resolved.
I've created an IPSEC VPN site-to-site from a SR520 (remote office) to a Nortel Contivity(home office)...all works really well on the VPN front as I can communicate effectively over the tunnel. However, this setup will be deployed at a few smaller sites and I'd like to setup a split tunnel so that Internet bound traffic goes straight to the Internet while traffic bound for our home office goes over the IPSEC Tunnel.