Cisco VPN :: Create Peer From Remote Router To Both ASR 1002 / 2811
Mar 14, 2011
I have an ASR 1002. Behind that and across another small MAN network (considered inside) I have an ASA. On the remote end, I have a simple 2811.
I need to create a vpn peer from the remote router to both the ASR (to hand off traffic there) and also a peer at the ASA (to encrypto across the MAN). The ASR1002 has the serial connection (DS3) to our MPLS cloud in which the remote is on the opposite side of.
So basically, I've created a single isakmp policy with two crypto map's by the same name but set to different peers and placed on the remote router then applied it to the serial interface. This works fine. Now i throw in the ASA which is behind the ASR. However, the connection still comes through that ASR to get to the ASA.After setting it up, it works as long as I don't have the crypto map applied to the ASR. If i apply the crypto map to the so interface of the ASR, my asa vpn connection stops working.It almost seems as if the crypto map on the ASR is grabbing my enrypted traffic destined for xx.xxx.24.14 and trying to do something with it. [code]
Why can't i peer from my remote router to both the ASA and the ASR on the opposite end of the serial link?
We have several remote sites with Linksys WRVS4400N and Smoothwall firewall/vpn devices. I need these sites to be able to connect to multiple dis-contiguous subnets at our main office. This was easily done with smoothwall and linksys. You create a separate tunnel for each subnet and voila, you're done. However, when I tried this with our newly installed ASA, it will not let me create multiple tunnels to the same remote peer address. This is a problem since these sites only have a single static public IP address. Am i missing something or does the ASA not allow connections to/from multiple subnets form a site with a single peer address?
I have an ASA 5520 with multiple site-to-site VPN's. A remote customer has changed their Public IP address and now the VPN has gone down. How can I easily change the peer IP of the remote site to the new one without have to put the pre-shared key in again as we don't know what it is and they don't manage their firewall.
I am unable to VPN to my network from outside using cisco VPN client to PIX-515E. When I try it say: Reason 412: the remote peer is no longer responding. From inside everything work ok, I can connect... (same computer, same settings...)
We are trying to add an additional LAN-to-LAN IPsec VPN to our network. We currently have one remote office connected, when we configure the second VPN matching the first the tunnel never begins to establish. There is an ACL that is dening the static IP for our remote office.
The layout is as follows:
Main office = ASA 5520 Remote Office A = ASA (Unknown Model) Remote Office B = Adtran Router
All devices have static IP addresses.
We used the ASDM VPN wizard to create both VPN's.
We have created a rule allowing all traffic from our remote office IP, and that had no effect on the VPN aside from eliminating the following message from our logging:
I've been using an ASA 5505 -- ASA 9.1(1) -- with an IPSec Remote Access VPN. Everything works properly, though I recently noticed that when my IPSec session is disconnected, I get the standard message ID 113019, but within that message the Peer IP address is incorrect. In fact, it isn't even close to my actual remote address. [code]
When I first researched the IP, I found it coming from China, which freaked me out. I changed settings, rolled back to 9.0(1), and nothing worked. Finally I rebooted, reconnected the VPN, and the IP changed. This time it was an address from RIPE NIC. I rebooted again, now an address from ARIN in the USA. One more reboot, now a random Comcast residential address.
Within that boot cycle, the peer address always stays the same. I've connected from different devices, different IPs, different ISPs - nothing matters. Additionally, there are no firewall logs for these IP addresses at all.
ASA Remote Access VPN peer addresses in disconnect message are incorrect and change at reboot.
I am trying to establish a site-to-site VPN between two Cisco routers (2951s). I am using the below config on both routers. One router has an interface with a public IP assigned to it, the other uses a private IP and is natted by our ASA outbound.
If i remove the tunnel protection ipsec profile command from the tunnel interface, the tunnel comes up no problem and I can ping both ends of the tunnel. But as soon as I apply the tunnel protection on the tunnel interface, it dies. Both sides of the tunnel show up but no pings are allowed and I see in the debugs that for some reason the routers don't think the Pre-Shared keys are configured properly. I have gone as far as making the ISAKMP keys very simple and I know there is something I'm missing here.
On the ASA i'm allowing ESP (protocol 50) and ISAKMP (UDP 500) both directions (in and out of the firewall). I am also allowing UDP NAT-T (4500) just in case. I don't see anything on the firewall being blocked but I can't be certain that isn't causing the problem. What could I be missing here?
I have a router 2811 that it's configured with VPN remote access and I'm trying to block clients based on their MAC address, I tried configuring access interface as routing/bridging, configured an ACL 750 for 48-bit MAC address access list and enable "bridge-group 1 input-address-list 750" command on bridged interface, but the only match I got when VPN clients access the LAN is from router interface.
I want to create a VPN between two PC's, (the server "Data" and "Remote Desktop" check the topology below), the Router Clabeck (cisco 2811 ) is connected to the internet through int f0/0 using a PPPoE connection and connects all the LAN PC's by PAT to the internet (you can see all the configurations in the Show Run below), the "Remote Desktop" is any PC with internet connection.
F0/1 F0/0 DATA--------------------SW-------------------ROUTER(Cisco 2811)---------------------INTERNET---------------REMOTE DESKTOP 192.168.1.51 192.168.1.254 188.8.131.52 192.168.1.1 Current configuration : 2116 bytes ! version 12.4 service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec
what is the simplest way to create backup WAN connection?I have setup 2 WAN connection(2 ISP, 1 is DIA w/ fix ip, 2 is 3G), but if I enable both interface ,then I unplug WAN 1. no traffic goes to WAN 2.I have already have 3G connection enable all the time (w/ command "dialer persistent") Cisco 2811+ Cisco-HWIC-3G,
This is a 2811 rotuer running Cisco IOS Software, 2800 Software (C2800NM-SPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(24)T3, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2) Not sure why this isn't working. Can see it expects to parse the command. Can see this device is vtp server. Can see other vlans were defined here.
I am working on wi-fi networks (ISP), So I need to block the peer to peer on my network.My network involves cisco switch 2950/2960, cisco 2800 routers and Access Points, config for peer to peer blocking, for this where I need to config either switches or router.My network basic setup is, The internet will pass from router to switch and then Access Points.
I bought my WAG320N, I too have the internet drop out and from reading in here is a very common problem. Cisco really should bring out a new firmware version and address this issue. Any way you can block peer to peer file sharing with the WAG320N? If so how do you go about it?
One of the schools whose networks I administer has a peer to peer network running about 30 xp machines. DHCP is achieved and DNS settings distributed via a basic Linksys router; is there any way of distributing proxy server address and port short of entering manually in LAN settings of IE on every terminal - there is no budget to install a server.
I have a ASA 5510 actve/standby and create one site to site VPN with remote peer ip address xx.xx.xx.xx, Our VPN traffic running on 6 mb internet link for video conferancing traffic.Now client give another link 2 mb internet and client told to us our data traffic runnig on 2 mb link but this data traffic running on the same remote peer IP xx.xx.xx.xx.
Secondly request also they need failover over the ISP link.
I am attempting to setup remote VPN access for clients but have been unable to connect remotely using Cisco VPN client. Here is the current configuration on the router. I think I'm almost there and may be missing a couple commands.
Current configuration : 4758 bytes ! version 12.4 service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec service password-encryption ! hostname FCC-1811-Router
I have an internal user that needs to remote desktop to an external internet serverI can traceroute and ping from his desktop to that server. I have a Cisco 2811 that is internet facing that I think is blocking the remote desktop. It does not access lists, but has a map-policy which I am unfamiliar with and can't seem to find much when I google about doing a remote desktop on a map-policy. If you can add remote desktop as a policy or something else blocking it, or do I need to build an access list.
I have a cisco 2811 with security bundle with IOS 12.4(13r)T I am planing to use this router as a VPN gateway for company ( i.e)
1. LAN 2 LAN VPN ( Supporting if remote site is having dynamic IP)
2. Remote access VPN for VPN client
I have configured the router ( attached is the configuration) I have not tried to use the LAN to LAN VPN ( first i complete remote access VPN and then check L2L) I tried to use the remote access VPN I am able to connect from vpn client software and got the IP address but unable to ping the servers in LAN.
VPN 1841, and static nat. I have to create VPN to connect to remote network, but problem is that they already use same subnet as mine. How to configure static nat on cisco 1841 so static nat will work and address will be translated in different IP when connection trough VPN.
I have address 192.168.235.1 and I want to translate to 192.168.100.1?This 1841 is border router, and all VLNAs and VLANs routing is on 3650.
Last time, i´ve implemented a Remote Access VPN to my network with ASA 5510 I´ve allowed to my VPN an acces to all my Internal LAn But i want to configure a group of vpn in the CLI for have different group of user which can access to different server or different network on my LAN.
Example : informatique group------access to 10.70.5.X Network Consultor group -------- access to 10.70.10.X Network
I need to know how can i do that , and if you can give me some eg script for complete this Here is my configuration :
ASA Version 8.0(2)!hostname ASA-Vidruldomain-name vidrul-ao.comenable password 8Ry2YjIyt7RRXU24 encryptednamesdns-guard!interface Ethernet0/0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.X!interface Ethernet0/1 nameif inside security-level 100 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.X!interface Ethernet0/2 shutdown no nameif no security-level no ip address!interface Ethernet0/3 shutdown no nameif no security-level no ip address!interface Management0/0 description Port_Device_Management nameif Management security-level 99 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.X management-only!passwd 2KFQnbNIdI.2KYOU encryptedftp mode passivedns server-group DefaultDNS domain-name vidrul-ao.comaccess-list 100 extended
At first I use ACS 4.2 to create static ip address user for remote access VPN,It's easy,just configuration it at user set>Client IP Address Assignment>Assign static IP address,but when I use ACS 5.2 I can't find it.I try to add IPv4 address attribute to user by read "ACS 5.2 user guide" ,it says this: [code] I do this,but it's not work.When I use EasyVPN client to connect ASA 5520,user could through authentication but will not get that static IP address which I configuration on Internal Users.so,what should I do,if anyboby knows how to use ACS 5.2 to create a static ip address user for remote access VPN.
I have a newly aquired asa 5505 that I just set up to the bare minimum configurations. I followed a cisco paper on how to create a "remote access vpn" setup for ipsec. I can sucessfully connect and establish a VPN, but when I try to access an inside resource from the vpn address, the asa blocks it.
At first I use ACS 4.2 to create static ip address user for remote access VPN,It's easy,just configuration it at user set>Client IP Address Assignment>Assign static IP address,but when I use ACS 5.2 I dont't know how to do it.
I try to add IPv4 address attribute to user by read "ACS 5.2 user guide" ,it says this:
Step 1Add a static IP attribute to internal user attribute dictionary: Step 2Select System Administration > Configuration > Dictionaries > Identity > Internal Users. Step 3Click Create. Step 4Add static IP attribute. Step 5Select Users and Identity Stores > Internal Identity Stores > Users. Step 6Click Create. Step 7Edit the static IP attribute of the user.
I just do it,but it's not work.When I use EasyVPN client to connect ASA 5520,user could success to authentication but will not get the static IP address which I configure on Internal Users,so the tunnel set up failed.I try to Configure a IP pool on ASA for ACS users get IP address,and use EasyVPN client to connect ASA , everything is OK,user authenticate successed.but when I kill IP pool coufigurations and use the "add a static IP address to user "configurations,EzVPN are failed. how to use ACS 5.2 to create a static ip address user for remote access VPN?
I would like to use a Cisco 1921 at my house and create a "Easy VPN Remote" connection to our ASA 5510 at work. Can I use the Easy VPN Client with the base license, or do I need the security license to take advantage of the VPN tunnel?
Region : Hongkong Model : TL-WDR3600 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP :
When using the USB printer port share function, I found that some PCs, which had never physically connect to a USB printer before, will not have the virtual USB printer port in the port selection. In this way, TP-Link's USB printer controller will not be able to setup the connection. The PC will not be able to use the shared printer from my WDR3600.how can I create a virtual USB printer port in the remote PCs (without need to physically connect a printer to them) or other method to use the shared printer?