Cisco VPN :: ISRG2 2900 - How To Count Number Of Cumulative VPNs On 2900
Aug 25, 2011
If there is a router ISRG2 2900 with SEC license and without HSEC license, there is a limit in count of cumulative encrypted VPN tunnels of 225. Which commands can show us a number of current tunnels on the router, so we can see if we are near this limit of 225?
I am looking for a Cisco document that gives me the,IP through-put on 2901, 2911 and 2921 routers with Policy based routing applied.,IOS version 15.1.3TOther processes, EIGRP Stub, VLAN routing, SRST,MGCP gateway (analog and PRI).
i have 3 access-list configured IN | Out on my Border router (MARTIAN) ,i have to look which one block some of the traffic passing through ,for that matter i have enabled the below commands on my ISR 2900: with nothing output.
latest IOS version is from 18Nov11 and with little amount of traffic it keeps cpu usage sky-high until it starts losing packets (I've tried performance fine tuning according to cisco webpages and saw little difference)
Downgrading isn't an option as 15.2.1 version doesn't implement everything I need...
Is GET VPN be a better choice than DMVPN in order to support VoIP, Video over IP, Advanced QoS and Multicast? I think it should be the better choice based on what is described as the benefits and how it works but I just want an expert opinion.
Can separate groups be created using the same key serves? I need to protect two functionally separate WAN segments that terminate on the same DC core routers. However I want the separate WAN segments to have different encryption policies. Is this possible?
It is stated in the deployment guide for GET VPN that "Network Address Translation (NAT) is not supported by GETVPN. NAT must be performed before encryption or after decryption when GET is used." However the NAT capability is required on all the routers.
The 2900 series routers has embedded hardware encryption but according to the router perfomance guide, with a mix of traffic such as NAT, QoS and IPSec VPN they are unable to provide 100 mbps of throughput. Does the new ISM VPN modules would allow the routers to achieve 100 mbps of throughput with the services mentioned above?
I want to know if the Cisco 2900 series can do UC without having to buy any other hardware.I read through the 2900 series datasheet, and i can understand it does.But will want to clarify if i do not need any other hardware except the Unified Communications License for Cisco 2901-295.Does this mean all i need to activate UC is buying this license?My organisation wants to do UC, especially Voice and Wireless.It requires APs, IP Phones(both wired and wireless).To achieve this on a 2900 series, is all i need just the UC license to work, and then my IP Phones both wired and wireless once plugged to the switch connected to the 2900 series starts working?Or do i still need to buy another hardware for the Unified communication Manager Express ?
I am having two sites, at one site the ISP is terminated on 2900 Router and at one site ISP is terminated on 3500 L3 Switch. Now need to configure the IP SLA on this. In the current setup I am having two 2900 routers at one location and 3500 L3 switches which by point to point link.
Service policy output command is not supporting on Vlan interface of Cisco 2900 Router.I am having one HWic 4ESW Card and configured VLAN interface. But Service policy output command is not supporting.Same config is supporting in the Cisco 2800 Router.
We will be getting a circuit from the same ISP at two of our sites and will be doing eBGP. Couple of notes. 1. We are fully aware of the risks associated with depending on a single ISP and have mitigated them as much as possible with the ISP. 2. We will be getting assistance on the eBGP setup from the ISP, so I’m not as concerned with that config at this point.
Site A:Cisco 2900 Series (RtrA) connected to single Ethernet based ISP circuit (ISP-1-A)eBGP will run between RtrA and ISP-1-A, default routes from provider onlyLayer 2 Switch (SwA) connected to LAN of RtrA and uplinks to SwB
Site B:Cisco 2900 Series (RtrB) connected to single Ethernet based ISP circuit (ISP-1-B)eBGP will run between RtrB and ISP-1-B, default routes from provider onlyLayer 2 Switch (SwB) connected to LAN of RtrB and uplinks to SwA
I need advise on the LAN side redundancy. Our goal is redundancy; load balancing is not a concern (If load balancing ever becomes a concern I will look at GLBP). We have several devices on the LAN side of the routers that can only use a single gateway. Given that I’ve surmised I need to use HSRP in some way for LAN gateway redundancy.
1. HSRP with Object Tracking, No IGP.HSRP handles LAN gateway failover if a router dies. Object tracking ensures LAN gateway failover if an interface fails or if an interface is up, but there is an upstream traffic issue. ie. track the physical WAN interface and use an IP SLA icmp to track a specific upstream IP incase of an upstream traffic issue.
2. HSRP with OSPFHSRP handles LAN gateway failover if a router dies. OSPF redistributes eBGP default routes to RtrA and RtrB so that each router should have a route to the ISP even if they loose their local ISP circuit. i.e if ISP-1-A on Router A goes down, Router A knows to send traffic out ISP-1-B via RtrB. In other words, traffic enters RtrA LAN, but exits on RtrB WAN.
3. HSRP with iBGP HSRP handles LAN gateway failover if a router dies. I have no experience with BGP, but assuming this would work similar to the OSPF solution above except for the required iBGP config and possible route reflectors?
I have a 2900 ISR that my VPN clients connect to using IPSEC over UDP. I am having periodic problems, especially with clients connecting through DSL, where they connect and immediately drop. Sometimes this is resolved by users updating their home router firmware. I'd like to issue a new client PCF file using IPSEC over TCP to see if that resolves the problems.
Can I have both running at once, and what do I need to add to the 2900 to enable this connectivty without breaking the existing clients? If the test is successful, I will migrate all users to the new configuration. This ISR is also used to support L2L connectivity for a handful of sites.
We are in the process of switching to a new internet provider in our office and have run into some problems. Our old setup was with AT&T, where they provided a managed router which linked to our internal switch and also provided NAT to the internal IP of our email server.Our new setup right now is just the internet coming in through a cable connected to a switch, we were told we needed to provide our own router. Someone donated a Cisco 2900.What should our proper set-up be? Should the internet come in directly to the router and then to our switch, or should it go to the switch they provided, then the router, and then our switch?Also, there seems to be some confusion about whether or not we need anything else to get the internet to work. There are slots for network cards in the router. Does it come with at least one built in we can use, or do we need to provide one?
I've problem with IP SLA probes between two different routers.2900 (c2900-universalk9_npe-mz.SPA.151-4.M4.bin) here is set "ip sla responder" only and 2800 (c2800nm-advipservicesk9-mz.124-24.T2.bin) here is set two type of tests "udp-jitter" and "icmp-jitter" - temporary, used to check for availability of 2900 router.As a result, I've what udp-jitter doesn't work at the same time icmp-jitter test is OK.Here are the settings of IP SLA tests
ip sla 281 icmp-jitter 172.25.28.1 source-ip 192.168.28.6 num-packets 100 tos 128 frequency 120 ip sla schedule 281 life forever start-time after 00:05:45
I am looking to setup for BGP with the following conditions:
Client has two 2900 routers, each connecting to a seperate ISP Client has a Sonic Firewall with a link to each router Client owns their own /24 block of public IPs and has their own AS Number. Client has a public /24 and /25 from the corresponding ISPs Client has supplied the following routing rules they would like to use: -Anything from their own public subnet should advertize via the two ISP's with best path selection -Anything from the respective ISP public subnets should use only their link (The ISP's are not auth'd to advertize the other's network)
The two routers are directly connected to eachother and each has a link going to the Sonicwall.
I have DSL 8Mbps DL and 768kbps UL The setup look like this:Internet -> Modem -> Cisco Router -> Firewall -> Switch Core - > Multiple switches like sfe2000p? CiscoRouter: i use port gig0/1 for PPPoE and i use port gig0/2 for LAN static Router port gig0/2 with 184.108.40.206/29 connected directly to Firewall port13 with 220.127.116.11/29 ?i want 18.104.22.168/29 will my default gateway ? include no limit bandwidth,filter etc at router, Firewall will be DHCP Server and control the bandwidth, filtering etc and the client computer should get 8Mbps
Mode: Routing Encapsulation: PPPoE Username: xx Password: xx Service Name: ISP name
I have this small network comprising of around 40 users complaining about the poor speed. And they have 2900 WAN router having 10M service. The interesting thing is that they are using proxy server for all the communication.I am very new to the server side of thing-and wanted to confirm if the proxy server is packed full to its capacity for serving to clients' requests making it slow or its something to do on the network like WAN link being overloaded or showing errors.I did "sh interface g0/1" (WAN interface) and to me it looks there is not much load as the tx and rxload values are fairly ok. (as shown below). Moreover the output drops is 7341. I am still guessing if thats not too bad??
The other thing I did was to test the "sh ip nat transalations" which is all coming from the PRoxy server and was wondering if that is the place of bottleneck. Currently there were showing around 570 entries. Below are the output from there as well. Also, I was keen to know what is the "----" indicates in some of th output? [code]
I want to configurate Cisco SSL AnyConnect VPN on cisco router 2900 series.when i install this license on router after that can i configurate ssl anyconnect vpn? Must I be first enable EULA then install this license?
I have a hub / spoke configuration, with about 9 spokes. All connect ot the main office over a VPN, all native Cisco routers (2900 series)I want to use netflow to monitor traffic, and I started, but my results are not what I expected. I don't think I configured it properly.
Several interfaces have sub-interfaces, so if I'm reading correctly, I only export flow from the physical intyerface, not the sub-interfaces. Correct?I want both inbound and outbound traffic, so do I use the command twice with ingress and egress?What is the difference between V5 and V9?
Finally, how does NBAR fit in this? I want to see applications as well as just packets.
I am attempting to set up snmp v3 monitoring of my 2900 series routers from the third party Spiceworks utility. My snmp config on the router looks like this:
SNMP-Server view Westv3View internet included SNMP-Server group Westv3Group v3 priv Read Westv3View SNMP-Server user Westv3User Westv3Group v3 auth MD5 <password1> priv DES
I have set the logging level on the 2900 router to informational and see no errors of any kind popping up when I try to scan the router from SpiceWorks. Spiceworks just returns a generic "unable to contact host" message.
I am in search of a 1 Gig Ethernet WAN module for 2900, 3900 series router.I want to terminate 230mbps link on this module.I found EHWIC-1GE-SFP-CU option but as per service provider it will not support to 230mbps link.
I have a customer that has a Cisco 2900 Series ISR on his Headquarters, and has some branches with RV082s.We have VPN Client configured on the 2900 ISR Router and we can connect remotely using the VPN Client to the Headquarters (192.168.1.0) however we can't reach the branches subnets (192.168.2.0, 192.168.3.0, etc.)... we found out that in the RV082 you need to specify the secure traffic as a destination, but in only supports one network (192.168.1.0 or Headquarters in this case), we can't specify the VPN Client pool defined on the ISR so it can reach the incoming VPN Clients.Is there any way to accomplish this? We need to access the branches subnets when connecting using VPN to the 2900 ISR.
I have a Cisco 2921 router running c2900-universalk9-mz.SPA.150-1.M4.bin.Its licensed for ipbase, ipbasek9, Permanent and uc,uck9,Permanent (I'm using the router as a voice gateway),I'm looking to update the IOS to c2900-universalk9-mz.SPA.150-1.M5.bin as I'm told it has a fix for some DSP problems.So the question is, do I need to obtain a new license key to apply this update or am I covered by the existing license on the router.
I have a requirement where 3 Branch locations of an organization is connected to their hub location via MPLS.They have an internet connection only at HUB as shown in the diagram (Attached)Now all spoke locations should access internet via hub.At spoke locations is there a way that I can have Cisco 2900 router and dedicate only 30% of the WAN bandwidth for internet browsing traffic.Remaining 70% should be used for accessing applications at hub.
For example if i have 5 Mbps Mpls port at spoke I want to dedicate only 1 Mbps for internet browsing traffic remaining should be dedicated for accessing the application at hub.How can we acheive this? Can it be done by using PBR and rate limiting?