Cisco VPN :: ASA5505-SW-UL Any Connect Setup And Able To VPN Into Office
May 9, 2013
I have a Any Connect setup and able to VPN into my office.i bought a ASA5505-SW-UL that is unlimited user (UL) software license but now the vendor tells me that: From the ASA you can saw the unlimited license is for inside hosts, instead VPN client's, by default, ASA 5505 included only 2 VPN client's and can supported up to 25 VPN client's, your license look only default 2 VPN client's. If need more VPN client's connect, you have to purchase the additional VPN client's license. I am just wondering his statement TRUE/FALSE, because i thought ASA5505-SW-UL means unlimited license
I just joined this company and they already ad a VPN to one of their partners that provides them access to some resources. We have now added a 2nd location but the partner wouldnt allow a 2nd VPN tunnel so the decision was made to give the new location a ASA5505 to tunnel thru the main office to access the resources at the partners site.Using ASDM i believe i was able to setup the tunnel to the main office but there is no resource there to use. Now i'm stuck and i do not know what to do to get to the partner site
I have got two 1841 and one 881 cisco router. I can keep any one of this router at HO and remaining at branch office. I have got a static internet IP at HO but dynamic IP at branch office. I want to setup a VPN to connect to HO from branch office through router. The branch connects through a private IP for internet purpose. Which VPN is the most secure and best for this purpose.
I have a problem with a branch office setup, and I can't for the life of me think of what the problem is.I have a remote office setup, using an ASA 5505 that is set up to establish an easy vpn connection to the central network. The connection at the branch office is a 20/5 cable modem, the central network has a 25/25 fiber connection.
The issue I have is this. Wired clients work fine at this branch office, at least 95% of the time. I have a lightweight AP there that can come up and join the controllers at the central network, no problem. I haven't done anything with H-REAP because there are really no resources locally they need that would allow them to do their work, so all traffic is tunneled back to the WLC.
Wireless clients can authenticate to the AP, and I can get 15-20ms ping responses from them all day. Latency never comes close to the 600ms proposed limit with CAPWAP. Yet, for some reason the performance of the clients is problematic. Webpages will frequently not load correctly, they experience some freezing, and with one application we use - it refuses to load completely.If we bring these same computers to an AP connected to our central network, on the same SSID, they work flawlessly.
Something about this particular location is causing a lot of grief for our users.For what it's worth, we are running WCS 220.127.116.11 and the WLCs are on 18.104.22.168. The ASA is running a pretty basic configuration, pretty much out of the box with the easy vpn configuration entered.
I was into IBM iSeries all these years (15 years) and just got into Microsoft Programming(.NET) I have done a program in csharp.net which gets input from the users and dump it into a database. 50 users are going to do the data entry with just one database. As I dont have much knowledge on sharing/accessing applications/database in a network environment (PC based).
I have been tasked with the technology update of our office and have have MAJOR questions which I hope can be answered here, so here goes;
First a little history, I have an electronics degree and a certificate in computer technology, so computers are not something new to me, however networking IS.I have a VERY LIMITED budget to work with, which I'm sure is not unheard of before, with the following equipment already available:
1 MFP currently on lease connected via network 3 totally junk PCs running 3 different versions of Windows from XP to 7 A DSL internet connection A wireless router A wired 8 port switch
What I would like to do is begin with a basic server, 7 clients, shared internet on all machines (including external via login), An MFP, at least 1 NAS for data storage, 1 NAS for backup of all drives.
I have recently managed to configure a setup where I have 2 srp527's one at office one at home.Have 1 fixed IP at the office and 1 fixed ip at home.I have configured the srp at work to be a vpn server and have configured the group and 2 user profiles. This allows me to have 2 concurrent sessions over the vpn to my office from desktop and laptop at the same time. Connections fire up perfectly no problems.From the desktop, I connect using vpn client with user profile 1 Once connected, I then connect to my workstation machine at the office using remote desktop.This gets me super fast access to office files and large spreadsheets without downloading the whole file over the vpn and is working perfectly.
If I then additionally connect from the laptop using the vpn client with user profile 2 the remote desktop connection drops.Disconnect the laptop connection, remote desktop comes back.Have isolated this to being 2 connections arriving at the srp at the office from the same external ip. If I connect my laptop to my phone as a hotspot rather than using my home LAN, both connections are made and remote desktop has no interruptions. Is there a way I can overcome this through re-configuration of the srp at the office or is this a limitation with the srp?
I have finally got my office extend AP to connect to my companies 5508 controller by enabling NAT on the management interface and can see all the cooperate SSID's. However when I try to connect to the SSID my client either gets a local IP address from my home router or then cannot get any IP address.
What are the best network engineering practises for a small/medium sized office?Currently I have set it up like this:The top floor has all the sales people, each desk has a hub underneath which connects all computers at that desk together, and the hum is connected to a switch under the floor. There are about about 8 desks each with about 4 computers, so 8 hubs.They all go into a 10/100 switch, which is then connected to an 1gb switch on the bottom floor via a 1gb port on the top floor switch, via a cat6 cable.We then have internet > modem > router > the 1gb switch. Our main server is also connected to that switch along with all the computers for the ground floor, except these computers have 1gb switches under the desks instead of hubs. The main server is the DHCP, DC, DNS and file server. We have also setup another server which acts as a backup DC and is also a DNS server.Is there anything wrong with this configuration? We have been having problems with the router losing connection to the internet and warnings on the main DNS server.
I presently have a fiber internet connection to my office with about 40 wireless users on a single AP. The connection keeps dropping. Probably due to too many users on a single AP?
1. My question is similar to aniketchitale's, can get another wireless router, create a different SSID (eg. router1 and router2), but both wireless routers still connected to the same fiber connection. In other words, I would like to segregate the first 20 users to router 1 and the next 20 users to router 2.
2. By having 2 wireless routers each with their unique SSID, will all the users still be able to access to the same printer in the office?
I setup RV042s at a clients offices for the VPN support and am now finding that multiple sip clients behind the router does not work. I found a thread on tech and it looks like there's a case open for the issue. url... How to get this working other than assigning IPs for the phones and dealing with different ports.
We're looking at deploying both office extend and also a guest wlan. Both would require a WLC in the DMZ.My question is can one 5508 WLC be both a guest anchor and have office extend APs on it at the same time?
XYZ Corporation currently employs eight people but plans to hire 10 more in the next four months. Users will work on multiple projects, and only those users assigned to a project should have access to the project files. You’re instructed to set up the network to make it easy to manage and back up. Would you choose a peer-to-peer network, a server-based network, or a combination of both?
I want to set up our ASA5505 firewall to allow access from the Cisco VPN Client software.I have nstalled the client software then tried using the VPN wizard to set up the connection without success, I am running Windows 7 32 bit and Cisco client 5.0.03.0530. [code]
I have just purchased and setup a vpn on my ASA5505 and now I wish to setup a Windows VPN client to use it. Does CISCO have any free vpn clients for Windows?I tried to download a client from the CISCO downloads area, but it's for some kind of purchase agreement. I would have thought that the vpn client was free to download given my ASA comes with two free vpn licenses.
I'm trying to setup a VPN connection for the two PC's in the graphic below. I have the link between the two locations setup and secured, now I just working with the routing elements.what I need to add to the firewall config in order to get this to work? Here is what I have:
SITE A------access-list mpls_vpn_sitea extended permit ip host 22.214.171.124 host 126.96.36.199 access-list mpls_vpn_sitea extended permit ip TEST-LOCAL 255.255.255.0 TEST-REMOTE 255.255.255.0crypto map mpls_vpn 1 match address mpls_vpn_siteacrypto map mpls_vpn 1 set peer 188.8.131.52 crypto map mpls_vpn 1 set transform-set ESP-3DES-SHAcrypto map mpls_vpn interface MPLScrypto ipsec transform-set ESP-3DES-SHA esp-3des esp-sha-hmac SITE B------access-list mpls_vpn_siteb extended permit ip host 184.108.40.206 host 220.127.116.11 access-list mpls_vpn_siteb extended permit ip TEST-LOCAL 255.255.255.0 TEST-REMOTE 255.255.255.0crypto map mpls_vpn 1 match address mpls_vpn_sitebcrypto map mpls_vpn 1 set peer 18.104.22.168 crypto map mpls_vpn 1 set transform-set ESP-3DES-SHAcrypto map mpls_vpn interface MPLScrypto ipsec transform-set ESP-3DES-SHA esp-3des esp-sha-hmac
do I need to specify a route between the two networks? What do I need to have for NAT statements?
I have setup a Remote access VPN on my ASA5505 firewall through the ASDM wizard.I can successfully connect with the Cisco VPN client. My firewall also shows me the VPN session and shows incoming Rx packets. However, Tx packets remain 0, so no traffic is going out. My ASA5505 is configured as router on a stick with 25 different VLAN's. I want to restrict traffic to one specific VLAN using a crypto map.When I issue a ping -t command on my connected Windows box, the firewall log shows me the following message:
"This message indicates that the IPSec fast path processed a packet that triggered IKE, but IKE's policy lookup failed. This error could be timing related. The ACLs that triggered IKE might have been deleted before IKE processed the initiation request. This problem will most likely correct itself." [code] I have really no idea what's going on. I have setup a Remote access VPN countless times but this time it shows me the error as described above.
My first time programming a Cisco ASA - Anyways I''m trying to setup up Ethernet 0/6 to be a DMZ Connection When I add port 0/6 to DMZ it gives me an error saying "The IP Address X.X.X.X /Subnet Mask cannot overlap the subnet of interface outside"So my question is I have an outside connection already configured - How can I make a DMZ connection with the same subnet mask with a different IP?
i'm trying to setup a local DNS server to manage small office local-only domain names for our servers. i have the DNS working properly (resolving local machines and using the ISP dns if it can't). so i put the DNS server ip into the "Static DNS 1" field of the router settings. the other 2 static dns fields are empty.the problem is that the router is still using the ISP dns server as the primary and my local dns server as the secondary. i verify this in two places. first, if i go to the "status" tab, DNS 1 shows the ISP server while DNS 2 shows my local DNS server. secondly, if i connect to the wireless device with a linux-based machine, the /etc/resolv.conf file shows the nameserver ips in the same incorrect order.
I was just wondering how to connect 3 laptops to 1 printer in my office?We don’t have a server and all laptop contacted to internet wireless through a router next door. (I don’t have access to that router)I was thinking to get a hub and then connect it to the Ethernet cable back of the printer and then connect it to each laptop?
I would like to connect my three pcs together so that they can all make use of the printers, scanners, internet etc in my office space. i also need to be able to access this lot from a remote laptop so that i can continue to work from home. i would like to store all my data in one place that was easily accessible from every PC and my laptop.
I have a Dell XPS L321X, ultrabook, which can connect to wifi except a specific office wifi, say TPR. The interesting thing is I can connect to this TPR wifi when nobody is in office, I thought it might be an IP conflict. So I tried to assign a static IP address, but it doesn't work. I have updated the wifi adapters two days ago.I tried few things like IPCONFIG /RELEASE, IPCONFIG /RENEW, but nothing works. The security type of all the wifi in my office are WPA-PSK and they all have good strength. We use sharepoint services for our daily office work, which can be accessed only using a TPR wifi. It's frustrating that I cannot connect to it.
i am having problem adding the officejet printer that was uninstalled because it was not working. after three days of online support from HP and Lynksys, I am about to buy a new printer. Can't add printer wirelessly or wired.
I have my laptop. I need to use my broadband connection at my home. Also I need to use my laptop with wifi at my office. We do not have any dhcp servr at office. What I am doing now is changing ip configuration at office every day manually.