We a remote user set up with a Cisco 877W that connects into a ASA5510 using EasyVPN (remote user has dynamic external IP)
The home setup also has a physical Cisco VOIP phone that connects into a Call Manager Express system over the VPN. The home user cannot hear the other end properly and voice is breaking up when using office apps on the VPN link at the same time (Outlook etc),
We continue to hear his voice OK when he is having these problems hearing us, so I guess the upload of voice from the 877 is fine and not struggling with congestion, so I have not put Qos Policies on the 877 as I guess it can only control what it is sending out and this is already working OK. Therefore its the 877 downloading from the ASA that seems to be the issue, voice is not getting prioritised when other traffic is getting sent down the same vpn link.
I have set up the following QoS policy on the ASA for this link so Voice traffic is prioritized, but the issue still occurs so I guess it doesn't work,
class-map HomeUser match dscp ef match tunnel-group ezvpngroup
policy-map VPNQOS class HomeUser priority
service-policy VPNQOS interface OUTSIDE
I have set up two ASA 5505's (lets call them ASA1 and ASA2) with site to site VPN configuration and i've encountered two problems with my setup.ASA1 has IP 192.168.1.254 on the inside interface and is connects ASA2. It's also an Easy VPN Server for external users to connect through Easy VPN Client.ASA2 has IP 192.168.11.1 on the inside interface and connects to ASA1 Problem #1 None of the ASA's can ping eachothers inside LAN IP address. Computers behind the ASA's are unable to ping the remote ASA's inside IP address. My guess is that this has to do with either NAT or built in security.Problem #2. The Easy VPN clients which connects to ASA1 are unable to access the LAN behind ASA2.
We have a Cisco 2921 router at the head office (Easy VPN Server) and been deploying Cisco 887VA (EasyVPN remote - Network Extension) for remote offices using EasyVPN. We are allowing Voice and Data traffic over VPN. Everything has been working great until this issue was discovered today:
When a remote user behind Cisco 887VA calls another remote user also behind Cisco 887VA, the call connects and Avaya IP phone rings but no voice in either direction.
Calls to/from head office and external mobiles/landlines are fine. Only calls between two remote sites are affected. As there is no need for DATA connection between Remote office, our only concern is Voice support.
I think "hair-pinning" of traffic over VPN interface is needed. (Examples configs etc).
I recently upgraded our head end ASA5510 at our datacenter from 8.2.1 to 8.4.5. The ASDM was also upgraded from 6.2.1 to 7.1.(1)52. Under the old code, a remote ASA5505 connected via Easy VPN Remote showed 1 IPsec tunnel. However, after the upgrade, it shows 42 sessions. It would seem to me that each split tunnel network defined in the Easy VPN profile is being counted as a tunnel. Is it possible that I may have something misconfigured now that the code is upgraded?
A user with Easy VPN client connects to a 876 ISR (router A). This router also has a site-to-site VPN to another 876 ISR (router B). What I want to achieve is that the user dials in to router A and can access the network on the remote end of the site-to-site tunnel (router B) In diagram:
user (192.168.18.x) - Easy VPN - Router A (192.168.16.x) - sitetosite - Router B (192.168.17.x)
I have added routes in router B to the 192.168.18.x network with router A as next hop, but I can't reach the other segment.
I have a 857 (124-4.T12). And would like to setup an Easy VPN server. I can run through the wizard in CCP, but it does not work from the VPN client. It does not complete the first stage of comm. All I have done is run the wizard and create a user. I'm fairly happy with Cisco routers, but the VPN part is new to me. I've read the walk through document on the Cisco site. I created it on a new local loop back.
The first time I run the wizard and click test it tells me none of the cyrpto interfaces are up. Are there some prerequisite I'm missing?
I have configured an easy vpn server in cisco 1905 ISR using ccp.The router was already configured with zone based firewall. But when i try to connect my office using vpn client i can reach only upto the internal interface of the router but can't access the LAN of my company.Do i need to change any configuration in ZBF since it is configured as 'deny any' from outside to inside ? If then what all protocols do i need to match ? Also is there any NAT exemption for the VPN clients?
For reference please see my full configuration:
Router#sh run Building configuration... Current configuration : 8150 bytes ! ! Last configuration change at 05:40:32 UTC Wed Jul 4 2012 by
I have a new ASA5505 which I want to use for Remote Easy VPN. The device connects to the remote ends but I am not able to ping the remote network. The interface is new to me and I am not sure where to add the routes. The local network is 192.168.66.0/24. The remote network is 192.168.4.0/24
I am trying to connect the Remote (conf) to the Corporate (conf). I have done this many times but now the new ADSM interface is confusing. I added the commands as you indicated with no success. The ASA gave me an error when I had added nat (inside) 0 access-list nonat. I wouldn't allow me to enable the EasyVPN option while this command was on the configuration. Here are the cry isa and cry ipsec isa files as requested.
I'm setting up a small office network and the best way to do it,I have three pcs , I want to use one as the main data base/ server with all the main data to be stored on, I'm also installing a small data base software called lotus for everyone to access to update when needed, I'm just wondering what would be the best way to link all three pc's together as a network , this is something I've not done before, i have plenty of expirence with computers but I've never set up a network.
We recently installed a 2911 sec router.On this device there are three Ipsec GRE Tunnnels which are working fine and an Easy VPN Server.The problem is that when clients connect to the easy vpn server they cannot ping anything inside , the configuration regarding protected networks is fine.After restarting the router the first client conneced works but when disconnected all the others are authenticating and the cant see anythining in the internal network . By checking the routing table i realized that the route to the virtual access interface is missing for no reason. i used the #debug ip routing detail command and i got the following during the client connection
Mar 31 09:51:37.875: RT: interface Virtual-Access5 removed from routing tableMar 31 09:51:37.875: RT: delete route to 192.168.20.9 via 79.xxx.xxx.xxx, Virtual-Access5
I'm looking to use 861s at few remote sites connecting to a 881 in the main office using Easy VPN. If I was to get 2 ISPs at the main office, can I configure it in a way that if the primary WAN failsover to the secondary, the VPN tunnels from remote sites will also failover?
Would you recommend an ASA 5505 at main office over the 811?
is there a easy to install SSL certificate on ASA, rather than enroll with a public CA? ASDM has a place to import certificates. Can I just upload a SSL certificate I got from my CA to ASA, withou setup CA enrollment? And if yes, how can I generate a SSL certificate request from my ASA 8.2?
Previously, I was able to configure our Easy VPN Server with local authentication.But now, I am trying to use LDAP authentication to match with our policies.
My router is a Cisco1941/K9.
Current configuration : 5128 bytes!! Last configuration change at 13:25:16 UTC Tue Aug 28 2012 by admin! NVRAM config last updated at 05:03:14 UTC Mon Aug 27 2012 by admin! NVRAM config last updated at 05:03:14 UTC Mon Aug 27 2012 by adminversion 15.2service timestamps debug datetime msecservice timestamps log datetime msecno service password-encryption!hostname Router!boot-start-markerboot-end-marker!!!aaa new-model!!aaa group server ldap ASIA-LDAPserver server1.domain.net!aaa authentication login ciscocp_vpn_xauth_ml_1 localaaa authentication login ASIA-LDAP-AUTHE group ldap group ASIA-LDAPaaa authorization network VPN_Cisco localaaa authorization network ASIA-LDAP-AUTHO group ldap group ASIA-LDAP!!!!!aaa session-id common!!no ipv6 cef!!!!!ip domain name domain.netip cef!multilink bundle-name authenticated!crypto pki token default removal timeout 0!crypto pki trustpoint
Just setup a Cisco 2821 acting as the easy vpn server. All good, however, the easy vpn client, say for example doing a speedtest, is REALLY slow.
For example, both the client and server have 100M / 5M connections and doing some local speed tests thru the isp, on the client side we are seeing 4M/2M? We have very few vpn clients right now, so I can't see the Cisco 2821 being overloaded.
I have tried messing with the mtu, adjust-mss settings on the wan port on the 2821, but, no real changes?
I am supporting a small cluster of AP541N WAPs and would like to know if there is an easy way to manually disconnect an associated client (recognized by MAC address) from the Associated Clients screen in the Access Point Configuration Utility Status view. That type of feature might come in handy with unruly bandwidth hogs down the road.
I'm am wanting to know how to configure Easy VPN server with downloadable ACLs on a cisco router 2811.
Indeed, I would like to set up a remote access vpn that uses radius for authentication of VPN clients. The radius server is connected to an Active Directory server that contains the log in / password. I would like to on the basis of the user who connects to the VPN, the ACL that define the services or servers to which this user can access is automatically applied on the router and define the rights of the users.
getting internet access via a easy vpn tunnel on a cisco 877 router. Basically we would like roaming users to be able to use the internet via the vpn rather than using a split tunnel. The reason for this is we have multiple sites that are tied down via external IP access lists for some services. We would like roaming users to be able to interact with these sites through the central router and use the routers external IP address to acess the secured sites. I know we can use a proxy but we also use some other non proxy bases services at these sites so would rather direct routed access.
Just moved out for the first time, I have a modem but it came with a very short cable. That doesn't work. So I wanna know a couple things:
- What's the best to by, and what's safer: cable or wireless router? - Is it easy to set up a wireless router with my original modem? I have a MacBook Pro early 2012 version. - What type of router would you recommend for me? I live in a one room apartment, I'm the only one who will be using it, use internet for work, social networks, email, school, youtube...not big stuff.
I connect to internet with lan and PPPOE . and the Idea is to have the internet as Wireless .As far as I try I could not use this PPPOE in my modem to connect directly it to internet and use its wireless internet .that's why I try to connect to internet with my computer then share my connection But the problem is I cannot share the internet on the wireless even I tray ICS .I dont now may be because of subnet of my PPPOE(255.255.255.255 ) Or something else .
I have access to network 10.3.1.0 /24 but I am not able to access 10.3.2.0/24 and other networks behind the Easy VPN server.I am using a software client to connect to the server.I have configured split tunnel to the network 10.3.0.0 /16 and it shows up in the route details too. I can ping 10.3.1.0 network but not 10.3.2.0 and so on.The Easy VPN server is configured on Cisco 861 with VPN module. [code]
Is it possible to configure Easy VPN on brach side which has 877 series router and ADSL connection for internet such a way that for internet traffic it will use the local ADSL line and for the server in HQ it uses the tunnel.or for internet also it will go thrugth tunnel and uses internet link at the HQ?
Is it possible with ASAVPNSERVER 5520 and an EasyVPN 5505 Client to have the client do split tunnel to a single public IP address? Both devices are on 8.2(5) 33. Could you possible provide sample config for split tunnel?
I used the Cisco Configuration Professional to add an Easy VPN Server to my 3825. I'm able to connect when remote but I can't ping the default gateway of 192.168.1.1 which is in the same network as the VPN DHCP pool. I can access every single other device on the VLAN segments but not the default gateway which means when i connect I can't look at my router. And there's more, I cannot ping anything offnet (ie 188.8.131.52).
Attached are some images which show some details from the client during the VPN connect and a few from the router (i had to use the lan switch as a jump host). If you can figure this out before I go back to the coffee shop to test this tomorrow I will send you a cake.
I have inherited a working but ancient Win 2000 DNS/Web Server on a T1 line and need to update it to a more modern Linux system. Is there a relatively easy way to export the windows configuration to a Bind config that I can modify?
I'm currently using DynDNS for my Dynamic DNS Provider with the RVS4000, but I'm looking at upgrading to the RV180 and switching my Dynamic DNS provider over to DNS Made Easy since I can get all my DNS hosting under one roof. Does the RV180 support DNS Made Easy in its Dynamic DNS client? If not, could it be added in a firmware update?
After reading the post titled "ASA 5520 nat access-list query for internet access" I realized the object-group command could and should be used to make a more efficient and cleaner configuration. My current environment is very small and straight forward consisting of one FTP server in the DMZ. Though the guide: [URL] is straight forward, my inexperience hinders me from seeing how to use the commands effectively. A summary of the configuration is at the bottom of this post
Question: How can I clean up my current configuration? I have two references to the same server, dmz-rdp and dmz-ftp, created for port forwarding ports 3389 and ftp through the outside interface. I can combine them into one object statement, right? for each port I want to forward through the outside interface?
We have a linksys WAG54GS router the secure easy setup button of which was pressed instead of the on off switch when a reset was required. Now we can only browse the internet via a cable from the pc lan port to the router ethernet port. Things done :- Secure easy setup button held down for 10 seconds. Router went to an unsecured one now back to secure.
I tried to upgrade to 2.05NA several times and there always ends up being an issue that support is too sad to give the correct answer to and just puts a consumer thru "jumping thru hoops" and getting nowhere.2.05NA (actually started with 2.03NA) first caused a problem with limiting my upload speed to 1024mb. I happened across the fix on another forum and tried it and it worked. It was the default QoS setting D-Link changed after version 2.02NA and refuses to release a new firmware to fix this for everyone. Why they don't release a new FW that fixes the issue but keeps things promised on the package working is beyond me. Now, I purchased a D-Link DNS-323 and I finally got drives to fill it some time back. If 2.05NA is loaded, the Easy Search Utility will not connect to the NAS. I have tried the version the NAS came with AND the latest version offered. It will see the NAS upon 1st launch of the latest Easy Search Utility, but it will not connect and then it disappears if you relaunch the utility and won't return until a reboot. Bottom Line: it will not connect with 2.05NA loaded. It works fine with 2.02NA.
What is the setting that D-Link has screwed over here also that is causing this problem? It is pretty sad that their own hardware items won't play well together unless you run old FW. What setting D-Link changed that is making the D-Link DIR-825 not connect to the D-Link DNS-323 NAS when the DIR-825 has 2.05NA loaded. I have a DIR-825 Rev. B1 and a DNS-323 NAS with its latest firmware. I am using 2.02NA on the router since that is the only one that works and is the latest stable release(other than the DHCP reserve issue), no matter what D-Link wants to try to make people think. I won't try their support since they NEVER did give me the fix for the QoS upload issue and when I asked them to put it as a sticky in this forum when I found the answer somewhere else....well, there is no sticky as we all know. I would like to be able to have the DHCP Reserve issue working too, but I would like to connect to my NAS more at this point.
Running Win7. When trying to connect Lenovo laptop to E2000 with Easy Setup Key, the progress bar hangs at 25%. However, the E2000 will connect to the laptop with an Ethernet cable. Same problem on both of my Lenovo G555 laptops.
After clearing my hard drive, I needed to reinstall EasyLink Advisor for my WRT54G wireless router. The first part of the reinstallation is successful, I get to the screen that says Welcome to EasyLink Advisor. I press the Setup button, then the computer searches for several minutes. After the system comes right back to the same starting screen, not completing the setup nor giving an error message from it.
Region : India Model : TL-WR740N Hardware Version : V4 Firmware Version : 4.23 ISP : GTPL
I recently bought Tp-Link wr740N model but when i run Easy setup assistant on my Windows 8 64bit, A Welcome page appears. When i click START button , a windows error comes out saying. TP-LINK Easy Setup Assistant has stopped working with following error