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 there a cisco command to check the list of incoming vlans on a catalyst 4640 or at least that will give you the same output?we're having an issue with an ethernet circuit, links are up but ping won't go through(no ACLs) and I want to see if the vlan tag from the the other side(side B) is properly reaching side A.
I remember there is one command which can tell you which memory slot has how much big memory in Cisco 2800 or 3800. But at this moment, I just couldn't recall this command. I checked "show diag" but didn't see any information about memory.
Time to check the network layout attached in the PDF. This design is regarding a new redundant DC being built (hypothetically only) but I need to know if I've connected this in the right way/ if its possible with the equipment listed and how I've put them together. [CODE]
I am on a call right now troubleshooting some latency issue. The CPU usage on the sup card is low. Don't see any drops or input errors. I am aware that the switch and its modules have capability limits. Is there command I can run which will tell me if any module is overloaded or if the fabric/backplane is over utilized?My chassis is WS-C6513 and sup card is WS-SUP720-3B.
I am using ASA 5520 Image in GNS3, when i come in Configuration Mode and try to create Tunnel through command "interface Tunnel 0", but this command doesn't exist. I need this command to create Tunnel for GRE Lab.
I have a Cisco 1941 router with the Security license running IOS c1900-universalk9-mz.SPA.151-4.M.bin. Is there a "tunnel bandwidth" command like with routers that have the Advanced IP Services license? My concern is being able to adjust the bandwidth to a value greater than 8 Mbps...
I was wondering what this command that appears in default configuration of cisco routers: scheduler max-task-time 5000.I did some research in forums but did not find anything apart from the "scheduler" command with other options.
I've finally got my 3560 switch IPv6 capable (IP Services IOS), but I've stumbled upon something strange: I can configure a tunnel interface, but I can't put the tunnel in ipv6ip mode. The command is missing. I can choose GRE, IP in IP, and a bunch of other things, but no ipv6ip. I'm a bit desperate here and probably I am going to have to live with it, but just in case? I need the IPv6 tunnel for an uplink to a tunnel broker which only supports this type of tunnel, and I'm surprised this is missing.
I'm looking to utilize one of my 3925's to create a LAN-LAN IPsec VPN tunnel with another site.
I was under the impression that I needed to get a securityk9 license installed and then I would be good to go. I got a temporary 60 day trial license and successfully installed it, but none of the commands that I need to create the tunnel are showing up for me.
I'm trying to use the "crypto isakmp" command, but that is not showing up: Router(config)#crypto ? ca Certification authority key Long term key operations pki Public Key components
Here's my show license: Index 2 Feature: securityk9 Period left: 633 weeks 4 days Period Used: 0 minute 0 second License Type: Evaluation License State: Active, Not in Use, EULA accepted License Count: Non-Counted License Priority: Low
I am trying to implement RBSCP on two 3845s running 15.1(4)M1 Adv Enterprise over a satellite link. The "show" commands all look correct, but whenever I policy route my machine through the RBSCP tunnel I dont even make it to the opposite side. However, if I remove the "tunnel mode RBSCP" command so it acts like a regular GRE tunnel, I route through it just fine. So I know its not a NAT, routing issue. [code]
I have set up 2 RV110w firewall/vpn/routers at remote locations and an ipsec tunnel between them. Once the tunnel gets established everything works fine until it has been idle for some arbitrary amount of time. (Maybe a half hour or less.) at which point we lose server access and can no longer ping across the tunnel. To fix this I have had to dissconnect and reopen the tunnel again, I even went so far as to install an autopinger on the remote end to keep traffic on the tunnel which seems to work but is not going to be a viable long term solution.
I have an issue with Netflow that I have been unable to solve. I have an ASA5510 that is sending netflow data to a FogLight NMS and it works fine until I reboot the server. After the server is rebooted, the flows no longer are received until I reload the ASA. Once the ASA is rebooted, flows work fine. I can remove and reconfigure the netflow configuration on the ASA and that will start the netflow again, but that is painful.
Is there any way to easily stop/restart or re-initiate the netflow from the ASA easily?
Is Cisco secure desktop free and available for download on Cisco's download site? Is host scan part of the package? I just purchased an AnyConnect license for my ASA (ASA5500-SSL-250=) and would like to know how to get Cisco Secure desktop and more specifically if host scan comes with CSD.
What benefits does the Cisco Secure Desktop bring to customers running ASA5500-SSL-250= user license on the ASA? This is not Anyconnect. This is just regular clientless SSL VPN. I am particularly interested in anti-virus/anti-spyware compliance. Is this available with the base version of CSD? How does this endpoint control work? Can endpoint control detect that an O/S antivirus is not up to date and then block this device from accessing the VPN? If it can, how is this configured? note I am not asking about the additional Advanced endpoint control license. Just basic Cisco Secure Desktop download.
I am trying to configure ASA to assign same static ip address to certain user(User1) every time when he connect to network via AnyConnect client. We have Windows AD and use LDAP AAA server for authentication of VPN Remote Access users. I found in document "Cisco ASA 5500 Series Configuration Guide using the CLI, 8.2" in section "Configuring an External Server for Security Appliance User Authorization" explanation and configured ASA and User Properties in AD on exectly same way:First, I assigned static ip address in properties menu(dial in section) of User1 in Active Directory. Then I created ldap attribute map where I mapped msRADIUSFrameIPAddressattribute to IETF-Radius-Framed-IP-Address attribute. At the end I applied this ldap attribute map to AAA server group LDAP.
Although I set this up, whenever I connect using User1 credentials from AD I still get ip address from vpn pool instead static ip address that I configured. In output of debug ldap 255 command I found line "msRADIUSFramedIPAddress: value = -1062718956" but not any line that prove mapping above mentioned attributes.It seems like mapping is not working.All AnyConnect users get parameters from defined internal group policy on ASA,including addresses form pool,dns server etc. I want that User1 get static ip address and inherit all other parameters from group policy.
ASA-5510, inside, outside, and some DMZ.Some services published with Static NAT - no problem.Now we need to add a second outside connection, with a second provider.Internet navigation only through the first provider (default gateway to the provider router "A").I need to publish some services ALSO through the second provider, ensuring the accessibility of both public IP addresses.I can set up the second NAT on the second interface, but the answer is ONLY to the first IP (the ISP "A", where I have the default gateway).By Cisco manual, it seems that there is a "lookup route" automatic with the return route of NAT, but it does not work.
Should we active IPS feature in ASA 5500-x by useing license?in the 5500-x ordering guide:IPS is only sold as ASA-IPS combo SKUs i.e., one cannot add IPS service as an option on top of ASA SKU. For example, if IPS service is desired on ASA 5515-X appliance, the relevant SKU is ASA5515-IPS-K8 or ASA5515-IPS-K9.But my customer has actived it by using the ASA5525-IPS-SSP on ASA5525-K9.
I am trying to configure ACS 5.1 to authenticate SSL VPNs on an ASA5500 and aslo to provide admin access to the ASA5500 both via radius.I want to authenticate the VPN against a SeureID appliance and the admin login against a different database (using internal for testing but will use LDAP in the end).I cant seem to get the ACS to distinguish between the two authentication types. If I create a rule that says match protocol radius I can point that at either database but if I try saying match radius and service type 5 it doesnt match the VPN and falls through to the default authentication service. I have also tried matching service type 6 for admin and that doesnt seem to work either.In the end what I want to acheive is to authenticate teh ASA5500 VPN against the SecureID appliance and then admin access to all devices on teh newtork (a mixture of Cisco, F5 and Juniper) to active directory via LDAP where if the user is a member of the "admin" group they get access.I was intending to use specific devices for the ASA5500s (there aretwo) and then creat a device group based on IP address range for everything else.
I am designing wireless controller solution for one of our customer network with Cisco 5500 series controller, wireless client authentication part.
1. There are 25 departments around the campus, each will be given one or two access points. 2. One Cisco AIR-CT5508-50-K9 Controller shall be used. 3. Single SSID/ VLAN shall be used for entire campus. 4. Wireless Authentication credentials used by one department shouldn’t work for other department