Cisco VPN :: AnyConnect On Inside Interface Of ASA 5520
Aug 18, 2011
We currently have a setup where users connect to the inside of a firewall using the ipsec client. We are moving them to the anyconnect client but are unable to get it to work, we cannot even get a webvpn page on the inside.
When trying to connect with anyconnect the ASA reports an IKE initiator fail on the inside. and no tcp connection flag. We cannot get any response with Webvpn either I have tried using a different tcp port on webvpn but then the asa denies the traffic even though there are no rules denying.
I currently have a Cisco 5520 ASA which is up and running and the users are able to connect to Anyconnect to VPN into the network. However, users plugged into the internal network inside the ASA are unable to connect to the vpn address and download the Anyconnect Client. I think this may be to do with reverse NAT missing?
I have inherited an ASA 5520. In doing some auditing of the setup, I have noticed a Static Route that has the inside interface of the ASA as the Gateway IP. I am trying to understand the purpose of this route or why a route would be setup this way.
Example Static Route: Inside 10.xx.31.0 255.255.255.0 10.xx.xx.10 (10.xx.xx.10 is the inside interface of ASA)
We already have a subnet defined to inside interface and is in produciton. the default gateway is this interface ip. In that setup now I have to add one more subnet and as the first subnet is been defined in ASA indside interface, I have to assign secondary Ip to the inside interface so that new subnet users can easily reach here and go outside.
I have a Cisco ASA 5505 and I have my internal and external interfaces configured but I currently cannot ping from the inside to an IP Address on the outside. I had this setup and working and I have another set of equirement that I am replacing that is working with my service provider so I know it is a configuration issue. When I ping 18.104.22.168 for example I get:
Destination host unreachable
Do I need to add a static route from my inside interface to my outside interfaces?
My question is can my traffic goes from inside interface to outside interface? (because the inside interface address not from 10.0/172./192.168 private address)Also I'm allowing internet from this email server (22.214.171.124) so what my access list to be configured? and what my subnet mask shoud be there?
Pix(config)#access-list outbound permit tcp 126.96.36.199 255.255.0.0 any eq 80 Pix(config)#access-list outbound permit udp 188.8.131.52 255.255.0.0 any eq 53 Pix(config)#access-group outbound in interface inside
I'm having problems getting AnyConnect clients to reach a server (192.168.139.3) on the Inside interface of my ASA 5505. Ideally, this would be accessible from the DfltAccessPolicy or another dedicated policy, but right now I'm happy with any access. Everything else seems to be working as expected. I've rebuilt this config a number of times without success. I can ping the IP from the ASA itself.
I have a ASA 5540+SSM-40 on which I have configured webvpn and it's listening for connections on the outside interface. It can be accessed from outside the network (the internet) and works just fine. The problem is, I want to access it from inside the network as well but it doesn't work. I can't ping or connect in any way to the IP address of the outside interface from inside (so I suppose it's not strictly related to the configuration of the webvpn).
I don't think it's a ACL issue because the only ACL filtering I do is on the OUTSIDE-IN (facing the internet), the rest are set to permit any.
What I have to do to be able to access the IP address of the outside interface from networks behind the inside interface?
So, I've set up Anyconnect client access to an ASA-5510.
I've got a handful of interfaces, which contain hosts that should be accesible to anyconnect clients. I'm unable to reach addresses on a specific network, due to what packet-tracer claims is an implicit deny, though I'm unsure where to apply an access-list in this case.
fw1# show nameif Interface Name Security Ethernet0/0.205 SECURE 90
2 x ASA5520 with SSM20 . using AnyConnect 3 , users are not getting disconnected from ASA even after the vpn client is closed . Users would not be able to login from the same ip until the session is active. Manual clearing of the session enable the user to log back in .
I have a query regarding MAC authentication for end systems on ASA 5520. Inspite of proving MAC address in endpoint authentication along with AAA, only AAA attribute policies are getting created. MAC authentication is not happening.
Is there any requirement like LDAP or AD is required for MAC authentication?
I have an ASA 5520 soft 8.2(3) when i try to configure the any connect I don't get the SSL and the telnet options for the connection. bare in mind that i don't have the any connect software on my asa nor do i have any certificate. is it essential to get a certificate. do i have to buy it knowing that it will only be used by our company's partners. if not how do i get it
I have an ASA 5520 Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.4(2)8 Device Manager Version 6.4(5)206. I am trying to add a nat for outside x.x.x.77 port going inside x.x.x.22 port 80 . the wan interface is .74 with subnet of 255.255.255.248 the rule will add but traffic wont pass in.
I guess I'll start with the easy stuff, Cisco ASA 5520 ver 8.2, ASDM ver 6.2, IPSec L2L tunnel with overlapping private IPs.
I have about a dozen L2L connections on our 5520 but never had to do one with overlapping IPs. I have two that I have to build and one definitely overlaps our inside locals, and the other is requesting that we NAT our inside locals to a 10.x.x.x.
I've searched the board and found several good posts including document 112049, but I just don't seem to be able to get my head around how to translate one inside address to another. It would seem like is would be as easy as doing an (inside,inside) static NAT, but most everything has the solution as a policy NAT or doing an (inside, outside) but in the less secure address space place the name of an ACL. I have ordered that brick of a book on ASAs from Cisco Press, but need to get something going and I'm not having much luck getting this thing up and running.
Perhaps my basic understanding of NAT rules is wrong. I thought that when using NAT the command speaks to the interfaces and the direction of travel, (inside,outside). I also thought that the IP adresses used must be valid on the interface refferenced, so any refference to "inside" would have to be an address on the "inside interface of the FW and likewise for the "outside" interface. Finally, to be sure I'm not calling a duck a goose my understanding is that the following are correct; "inside local" = my private, "inside global= my peer, "outside local"= their private, "outside global"= their peer.
So if I'm translating say a 192.x.x.x on my inside local and wanted to present them a 10.x.x.x, wouldn't I need an (inside,outside)? And even though I'm translating my private IP into a different private IP, the translated IP must be on the "outside" interface because that is the interface that I want to present the new private IP on?
So for the scenario I suggested at the top where I need to translate my private 192.x.x.x into a 10.x.x.x and present that 10.x.x.x to the other side, I need something like NAT Static (inside,outside) 10.x.x.x 192.x.x.x?
We are currently using Cisco VPN Client. I'm looking to migrate to Cisco Any Connect. Our ASA 5520 has 750 IPSec and 2 SSL license. I also have approximately 40 IPSec site to site VPN's on this. ,Will anyconnect interfere with the site to site tunnels?,If I setup anyconnect with the IPSec instead of SSL do I still need to purchase the premium or essentials license?,Lets say if I do have to get the license and I get essentials will it cause any issues with the site to site VPNs?
We have an ASA 5520 with two VPN profiles working fine.Since some users are now working with Windows 8, VPN clients for Cisco ASA is not able to connect.I have read there are problems for such VPN Clients in that OS, and I should use now Anyconnect for them to connect. I thought we had anyconnect working also, because some users can connect to a web page they can do some kind of connections to internal servers, (web, telnet, rdp, etc) so I installed cisco anyconnect VPN client in a laptop and try to connect (same IP and port I used for that web page) but after signing I get the message AnyConnect is not enabled on the VPN Server.So I tried to follow a configuration guide for Anyconnect, but there's a step in which I am trapped, these are the steps: Click Configuration, and then click Remote Access VPN.
My client is upgrading from anyconnect 2.5.2014 to 3.1.00495. The ASA is running ASA 5520 version 8.2(5)33 and is in an active/standby failover pair.when trying to push out the new 3.1 from the pair to windows 7 and XP machines, he gets the error "Failed to get configuration from secure gateway. Contact your system administrator". When he tries to push 2.5.2014 and 2.5.6005 out from the pair this works fine.When pushing the 3.1 out from a stand-alone test ASA 5520 it works fine.
We have bought L-ASA-AC-PH-5520=Anyconnect Vpn Phone License for our Cisco Phones but when we entered this license into our ASA it shows th following i.e enabled for linksys phones. Is there a diff part no to enable vpn for cisco phones. [code]
We currently are using the anyconnect client using certificates for authentication (ASA 5520 v8.4). It works pretty good but I can only get it to work on a profile basis on the clients laptops. We are running windows 7 and if multiple users need VPN i have to install the certificate for each user. I have changed the xml profile to read the certificate store to "all" and true for certificate store override. I am installing the certificate in the trusted root certificate store. Is there a way for the anyconnect to authenticate for all profiles (users) for the laptop?
I have an ASA 5520 and I am having trouble getting the AnyConnect VPN authentication timeout feature to work properly. I thought I did have it working a couple of months ago, but right now it is not giving me more than the default 12 seconds. I have tried intervals of anywhere from 25 seconds up to 120. I am currently runnign version 6.4 on the ASA and AnyConnect 2.5.3055.
I have a PIX-525 with an UR license. I was trying to get my VPN to work from my iphone over the weekend but to no avail. I then changed the interface to the inside to see if my iMac could connect and bingo! It worked. I then tried to connect via inside interface with my iphone and it worked.
I connected a PIX-515e and, using the same settings, can connect to the outside interface via my iPhone.
Now, to answer the pressing questions, yes I changed the server IP address in my IPSEC client settings to reflect the outside and inside interfaces as I was testing each one. I was using a preshared secret. Yes, the secret was entered correctly and they all matched...yes, the tunnel name was entered correctly. I was using local user database for authentication with username/password (i.e. no certificate authorization to make things simpler for debugging). I changed the syslog to debugging and I see absolutely no errors when trying to connect my iphone to the outside interface (i.e. turning wifi off so I'm on my 3G data network). The only thing I see is where my iphone hits the outside interface and it does a teardown (or whatever its called) but that's it.
Why would this work like a charm with my PIX-515e and not my PIX-525? Could the VPN accelerator card in the 525 be at fault? The 515e does not have the aecellerator card. why I can esablish a VPN connection on the inside interface but not the outside?
I need to configure my ASA 5520 version 7.3 firewall to translate our SMTP server residing in local LAN to use different IP address from the outside interface which is used by all other computers to access Internet.
Under NAT section, i have NATted this internal SMTP server with different IP address(eg x.x.x.1) and also translated the remaining IP addresses in the LAN to the outside interface(eg x.x.x.2)
my problem is, Whenever i check the header for message coming from the smtp server it shows that, the SMTP server is also translated by using the same outside interface public ip address(i.e x.x.x.2) which is used by other client machine to access internet instead of the x.x.x.1.
how i can get my SMTP server to use separate IP and avoid to be blacklisted by some domain.
I am trying to configure a server(192.168.5.50) in DMZ(192.168.5.0/24) to be able to communicate with a domain controller(10.5.44.220) in the inside network(10.5.44.0/24). I made some configuration using ASDM(not familiar with the CLI) but not working and it caused existing NAT not to work, for example RDP(TCP 3389) connection to 184.108.40.206
The things I am trying to achieve are
1. two way commucation between 192.168.5.50 in DMZ and 10.5.44.220 in Inside for SecureAuthPorts and SecureAuthOutbound service groups
2. NAT for 192.168.5.50 mapping 220.127.116.11 for the service groups mentioned above
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 18.104.22.168 and the default internet gw is 22.214.171.124What am I missing since I can not get trafic from inside to the internet? [code]
I have ASA 5520. I cannot ping the host(192.168.1.20) which is inside firewall from outside hosts. Inside host (192.168.1.20) is translated into (126.96.36.199) using static NAT.From outside host, I used "PING 188.8.131.52". Is it because I used dynamic PAT for inside hosts?