I am trying to build a remote vpn in ASA 5520 Software Version 8.3(1). I am using ASDM 6.3(1) for the configuration. I went through the SSL VPN wizard and did the configuration. I tried connecting to the ASA using anyconnect VPN and I could successfully connect the VPN. My home laptop takes an IP 192.168.60.21 (which I have defined in the wizard). Now my issue is, I can't access any office internal network from this laptop (none of the internal IP is ping ing even). Meanwhile, I could ping and rdp to this laptop(which is connectd by anyconnect VPN) from my office network. One thing I noticed is that when I give a traceroute to an internal IP from the laptop, the first hop goes to my home ISP router.
The problem is that the 10.0.0.0/8 internetl network establishes the connection via the outside interface. However, the return path is via the inside interface. But the vpn concentrator keeps showing next-hop not reachable for USP 500. Why does it show that when it has a route via the inside interface.
6|Jan 29 2013 13:44:38|110003: Routing failed to locate next hop for udp from NP Identity Ifc:202.x.x.x..29/62465 to outside:10.163..x.x/5892
Also, since we are trying to send traffic from outside to the inside interface, I tried to NAT the source ip i.e 202.x.x.x and left the source unaltered. But it still doesnt work.
I am wondering why is the ASA not routing via the inside interface and looks for the return traffic via the same outside interface the traffic entered in. The outside has a security-level of 0 and the isnide has a sec-level of 100.
I have created a new sub-interface on our ASA 5520 for guest internet access.
My goal is to allow access to a few specific services hanging off some dmz interfaces on the same firewall and full unrestricted access to the internet only. Everything else should be out of bounds.
The order of the rules I plan to setup on the guest interface inbound are:
#1. <rules to allow access to specific services in the dmz>
#2. <block any ip access to the entire private network ip address space>
#3. <permit ip any any>
#1. These rules will give access to the guest user to services located in the dmz
#2. This rule will block all access to any services in the private ip address space (thus blocking access to all internal services)
#3. This rule is to allow access to any other services i.e. the internet.
Is this the best way to achieve my goal in the most secure way or is there a better way? i.e. is there a way to force the traffic by default to only go out the outside interface unless there is a specific rule allowing it go elsewhere?
(Of course Dynamic PAT will also be configured for traffic coming from the guest interface to the outside interface.)
I am using ASA 5520 with 8.2.4 IOS. I'm new to ASA/Firewall. I need to do access webserver from outside network.From Laptop (192.168.2.51), If I connect to url... it should open page from 10.10.10.50.I also need to ssh to webserver from laptop. If I ssh to 192.168.2.50 from laptop, it should connect to 10. 10. 10.50. [code]I can't get to webserver from outside network, so now, I connected laptop to directly ASA 5520 outside port with crossover cable.ASA Inside port connects to L3 switch. Webserver also connects to L3 switch. But still doesn't work.
We have a Cisco wireless infrastructure in place that includes a guest network with its own subnet that is a sub interface of the inside interface on our ASA 5520. There are no routes for it to be allowed access to the internal subnets. So it can only access the internet. This is primarily used by the public, but we have several non employee personnel that we only want to give internet access and force them to access the internal network through our clientless SSL vpn portal or through other internet facing internal resources such as webmail.I have done packet traces from within the ASA and the break appears to be there is no ACL allowing the traffic back into the network once the web resource replies to the request and the traffic is attempting to come back into the network from the web resource. Is that as clear as mud?
I know that this has to be a common problem and a way around this is to allow the guest wireless network access to the internal network but only for the select resources that they require. And that this can be done seemlessly by network specific routes and or alternate DNS entries, but I would like to keep this simple and just allow them to access the web resource, webmail and VPN, from the guest wireless using internet DNS servers without route trickery.
A customer has a ASA 5505 with a remote access vpn. They are moving their internal network to a new scheme and would like users who come in on the vpn to access both the exisiting and new networks. Currently the can only access the exisiting. WHen users connect to the remote access vpn, the asa gives them an address of 192.168.199.x. The current internal network is 200.190.1.x and they would like to reach their new network of 10.120.110.x.
We have a Main ASA 5520 and two remote site ASA 5505's that connect to each other via S2S VPN tunnels. Currently they are doing split tunneling, so only local traffic goes over the tunnel. We have are local LAN (10.0.0.0/16) and our DMZ (10.3.0.0/24) network at the main site. The DMZ hosts our external sharepoint, but we have access to it internally The problem is site A (10.1.0.0/24) and site B (10.2.0.0/24) have no idea of it, and when attempting to go to the site, it fails. You can access it via the external site address, but that's the only way. Normally the external address is blocked when you are internal.What i'm stuck at is even when we had all traffic sent from Site A to our main hub, it still wouldn't find it. Would i have to make a separate vpn tunnel purely for that DMZ traffic?
I am trying to configure Remote Access VPN in our Cicco ASA 5520 firewall through SSL VPN wizard. I tried to configure Anyconnect VPN client option, but after entering user/pass it gives error "An error was received from the secure gateway in response to the VPN negotiation request. Please contact your network administrator. The following message was received from the remote VPN device: No assigned address"
As looking online there is no easy step-by-step option for same. I want to provide Remote Access VPN to some of our user abroad who should have access to few server applications and no internet access.
I Have asa 5520 terminate the remote access VPN Connection,when successfully connect to my corporate Network and try to copy a file(30MB) from the share to my PC ,it takes around 2 Hours or it disconnect.what is the speed of the vpn client once y connected to the corporate over the Internet ?at my home i have 512 ADSL while at my corporate we have 155Mbps Internet speed.
We have 2 5520 ASA's working in an active/standby function at our central site. The remote agencies have control of their ASA's or other devices able to create VPN tunnels back to the central site. When a new remote agency wants to connect to our central site we assign them a network range that is routable on the central sites network.We ask that the remote agency NAT into the addresses we provided them.This way we are able to route back to them. We assign the interesting traffic and then they we start communicating by way of the tunnel.
Since the central site can't control the traffic coming in on the site to site tunnel other than just defining the interesting traffic AND we aren't able to control the NAT on the remote end how can I put an access list on the central site ASA to allow only certain ports and IP's by way of access list? Ultimately, I'm trying to limit traffic on the central site coming inbound to only allow traffic I want. I tried applying a group policy to the lan2lan site to site tunnel, but it failed for some reason. It actually prevented all traffic. Can I apply a group policy to a site-to-site tunnel?
I'm struggling here a bit as I don't have control of the remote end. They can NAT whatever they want to an address in the range we assigned them. The tunnels interesting traffic is set to full ip to the central site's destination. The interesting traffic on the central site is set the same. However, on the central side...I want to limit that traffic to only certain ports by way of an acl. If it is possible to assign a site-to-site tunnel a group policy and filtering is done in that method, can
Is there any documents that I can use to design an IPSEC remote access solution using 2 data centers . One data center is primary and other one is secondary. The VPN is terminated in ASA 5520. End users using cisco client.
I have Cisco ASA 5520 / ASA Ver: 8.0(4) / ASDM Ver: 6.1(3). I have configured Remote Access VPN and everything seems to be fine. Like i have created Extended ACL and allowed for singe host with particlar port to be allowed.
After login with the Anyconnect client, i am restricted to access the single host configured, but not based on ports. i.e. i do not want user to RDP the server allowed, but only access the application based on the port that is allowed. But somehow it is not working.
how can i allow user to access a server with defined port only and not any other service/port access for the server.
I have a site to site VPN between SiteA to SiteB which is working fine. SiteA has an ASA5520 and SiteB Pix501. The ASA5520 is running version 804 with split tunneling. Users connect to SiteA using remote access VPN. Is it possible to setup SiteA ASA5520 so that when users connect to SiteA they can access servers located on SiteB through the tunnel? I know i can setup the Pix501 for remote access VPN but it is located in another country and i don't want to take a chance just incase i lose connectivity.
I have an ASA 5520 8.2(3) and allowing my remote client-to-site-vpn clients to access resources directly connected to my ASA on separate lower security interfaces (not the outside) besides just clients on my internal networks. Someone mentioned to me configuring 'VPN on a stick' however from what I've read this seems to be only applicable when it comes to split-tunneling back out the outside interface (could be off on that). Is this possible on other lower security interfaces as well, and if so what would a mock config that accomplishes that look like (acl's, nat, etc)? Also, if I want internal users to be able to connect to these remote clients once they are active, are there any nat statements necessary (such as nonatting them) or are the vpn clients just seen as internal clients from the rest of the internal network's standpoint by default?
We have dns server(only Internal IP) inside our network, right now we have configured Remote Access VPN using Public IP and we connect it using the same Public IP. I need to use FQDN instead using Public IP. What is the configuration for this.
I am using asa 5520 and asa 5540 for remote access vpn connections. Is it possible to do active monitoring of my vpn connections so that there would be alerts for vpn tunnels that fail to establish due to other reasons other than user authentication?
I have configured vpn filtering on all my l2l vpns. I have restricted access from remote to local resources only to specified ports. It works perfectly.But I want to have also full access from local to remote networks (but still preserve restricted access from remote to local). As I now VPN Filter works bi-directional with a single ACL. So is there some way to open all traffic from local to remote and still restrict remote to local traffic? ASA 5520 8.4(3)
We have two sites, Site-A with a ASA 5520 (Remote Access IPSEC VPN server) at one end and a new ASA 5515-X at Site-B. Users at Site-B are unable to establish a VPN connection to Site-A via Cisco VPN client from behind the new ASA 5515-X. They see the following error:
"Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the client. Reason 412: The remote peer is no longer responding.
They are able to access the same from home or elsewhere so I believe there is nothing wrong with Site-A ASA vpn config which we have been using for a while now. The new 5515-X (version 8.6) has a very basic config with all outbound traffic allowed. I'm pasting the config below. Do I need to enable/allow anything for it to work?
CISCOASA# sh run: Saved:ASA Version 8.4(3)!hostname CISCOASAenable password xxxxxxxxxxxx encryptedpasswd xxxxxxxxxxxxxx encryptednames!interface Ethernet0/0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.248!interface Ethernet0/1 nameif backup security-level 0 ip address
We have ASA5510s and I've configured an SSL VPN using AnyConnect.. The VPN address pool is 10.10.10.0/24 and our internal network is 10.10.20..0/24. After successful login, using LDAP. the client receives a 10.10.10.0/24 address from the pool, but cannot access anything on the internal 10.10.20.0/24 network. I've toyed with access lists and NAT exemption, but to no avail. What do I need to do?
I have a base config of AnyConnect VPN below, however the ASA 8.3.1 code has deprecated some commands and the VPN/NAT/FW rule syntax is quite different. Can som point out what's missing from the pertinent config below that prevents the VPN Pool from accessing the internal LAN?
The Core LAN router is 220.127.116.11.
! ASA Version 8.3(1) ! interface Ethernet0/0 nameif inside security-level 100 ip address 18.104.22.168 255.255.255.0
What I got is a 5505 ASA firewall and I'm connected to it via VPN. I'm pulling an 192.168.169.x address because that's what we set their company's internet LAN to. Which is what we want. What I can't do while I'm VPN'd in is ping from the internet network to the DMZ, and the same when I try and ping from the DMZ to the internal network.
The DMZ is on a 196.0.0.x network.The internet network is 192.168.169.x network.
I don't need them to have internet access on the DMZ I just want to be able to access it from the internal network. What is going on is we need them to be able to VPN into the DMZ and access their equipment. At this point it would just make me happy to be able to ping from the internal network to the DMZ and I can figure it out from there I've setup rules and applied them and when I wasn't having success I referred back to defaults. Right now the rules are set at default, any thing in and anything out, on both internal and DMZ. I'm using a VPN client and going through Cisco ASDM Launcher to setup the rules and static routes, I haven't done anything with the command line. All the research I've done everyone does it command line, I find it easier to do it GUI. This is my first time working with an ASA firewall.
We have an Active/Active ASA 5520 setup, as i know in Active/Active setup there is no remote VPN access, So i could overcome this limitations?I have a solution but i dont know if it is ablecable or not? we have a spare ASA 5510, so i can use it behind Active/Active Firewalls and assign a public static NAT IP address to it and open all IPSEC and VPN ports and let the remote users to connect to it, is this ablecable setup or not?
I have the syntax correct and thought process down right on a solution to allowing guest wireless users access to an internal webserver. (DMZ discussion aside)
We have an ASA5510 with interfaces setup as: outside - 65.x.x.x address inside - 172.20.1.2 guest_inet - 10.2.1.1
Internally clients resolve our website to 192.168.40.40 and that part works as it should. Clients outside of our network resolve our website to the correct external address (lets just call it 22.214.171.124). We have a NAT statement static (inside, outside) 126.96.36.199 192.168.40.40 netmask 255.255.255.255 and an ACL to permit tcp any host 188.8.131.52 eq www
Clients on our guest_int use an external DNS server and hence resolve our website to 184.108.40.206. However it seems traffic goes out and back in our outside interface and this connection never occurs.
What I'm wondering is the correct NAT statement / ACL to add that would allow our internal clients on the 10.2.1.x network to access our internal website. Would that be: static (inside,guest_inet) 220.127.116.11 192.168.40.40 netmask 255.255.255.255 ? Since there is already an ACL permitting port 80 traffic to 18.104.22.168 we should be taken care of on the ACL side of things, right?
I am not very familiar with ASA 5520 yet.I have been able to allow the OUTSIDE world to connect via SSH to the intermal host 172.17.2.50 on my DMZ network. I've created a NAT rule and an ACL as written on the configuration below.
Now I need the INTERNAL network to ssh 172.17.2.50 but ASA stops me with the following error: [code]
I've been tasked with retiring a VPN Concentrator 3000 and replacing it with an ASA 5520. I'm trying to get a handle on how to set up the NATs and ACLs, since most of my experience is remote access VPNs, not site-to-site. Plus I've not configured a VPN 3000 in about 6 years so I'm having to re-learn a lot of the interface.
The VPN 3000 has a feature called LAN-to-LAN NAT rules that basically allow you to NAT an address on your internal network to an address on the "local" network for the LAN-to-LAN connection so it can then go through the tunnel to the remote side. The config looks something like this in the VPN 3000: [code]
Which looks to me like a "Static Policy NAT" in ASDM. So I set one of those up, that should be translating 172.16.3.151 on the inside interface to 192.168.200.151 on the inside interface (yes, the same interface) which should then (logically) be picked up as "interesting traffic" by the crypto-map and sent across the VPN tunnel. However, that doesn't seem to be the case - both the "packet trace" in the ASDM and traceroute from the source workstation show the packets getting to the inside interface, and then passed right out the outside interface to the internet router (which then drops the packets as they're a private IP).
what else do I need to do to make the crypto-map pick up the NATted traffic?
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.
Currently i am having a scenario where i have setup RV042 and which is connected to Microsoft Forefront 2010. PPTP works fine only on rv042 subnet but i am not able to access the "internal" network of TMG.RV042 (172.16.1.1) ---> TMG [external] (172.16.1.2) ---> TMG [internal] (192.168.1.1) Is there any way through static route to access the TMG internal network through RV042 pptp server?