Cisco VPN :: Establish VPN Connection Between ASA And 1841 Router?
Feb 7, 2011
I am facing problem when trying to establish VPN connection between ASA and 1841 router. Peer comes up but traffic is encrypt and decrypt. when assign route (ip route 192.168.x.0 255.255.255.0 fa0/0) to remote local subnet there is a traffic but one reply and one drop
Reply from 192.168.x.55: bytes=32 time=493ms TTL=127Request timed out.Reply from 192.168.x.55: bytes=32 time=633ms TTL=127Request timed out.Reply from 192.168.x.55: bytes=32 time=375ms TTL=127Request timed out.Reply from 192.168.x.55: bytes=32 time=528ms TTL=127Request timed out.
I want to establish VPN with GRE over IPsec. As ASA can't end GRE tunnels, I should pass it through inside to another 1841 router in datacentar network. Since datacentar is connected to internet via two wan links (separate ISPs) is it possible to establish two gre simultanous sessions between 1841 at branch office and 1841 at datacentar, one session per wan link at datacentar? That way, I need 8 gre separate sessions (tunnels) at datacentar 1841 router. Is it supported?Is GRE passthrough works like regular port forwarding or it is something that ASA handles with some special commands?
I am trying to configure site to site vpn between Cisco ASA and Cisco router 3825, I need to establish the vpn connection with an interface that has security level of 90.I followed the procedure shown in the following link: URL.
I have a sky router (Netgear DG834GT), which i have connected a secound router to which is a D link DIR-615 (with DD wrt firmware D4).I can get access to the sky router remotely without any issues even when changing the port number. its the Dlink router i cannot get access to remotely (within the network i can by typing in the dlink's ip address and works). Main router Sky router IP is 192.168.0.1 - Currently the port number is 8081.Secondary router Dlink IP is 192.168.0.2 (Static ip) - currently the port number is 8080.I have tried to configure the ports but it just dont want to open. Ive tried to open the ports on main netgear and tried all the option my dlink for port forwarding. i must be missing something fundametal here.
I have to unplug/replug my router powercord connection every time i want to use my laptop to access the internet. i have reinstalled the software disc that came with my router. i have have comcast check my modem-
I'm having an issue with my laptop. Although, from my provider, it should be possible to establish a connection at 25'000 kbit/s (download), max speed is at about 800 kbit/s. I'm only about 20 feet away from where the router is located and I don't use any phones (except for a cell phone). I read on this board, that I might have to change the wireless settings on the router and change the radio band but didn't manage to do so. I'm using Mac osx and a wireless connection.
Purchased E2500 1 week ago. I do not have a problem communicating with the router itself (either hard wired or wireless) but I have been unable to establish a usable internet connection from the router.I live in building that is wired by Restech Services - Ethernet jack in wall - no modem. Connection works just fine if I bypass router and connect directly to PC (windows XP SP3 desktop or windows 7 laptop.),Very difficult to establish any internet connection at all. I have to renew IP address many times or go through re-boot sequence multiple times. Once I get a connection it is unusable. If I attempt to ping a URL (either from PC or from router admin page) it is unable to resolve host. If I ping an IP directly (either from PC or router administrator page) I typically get 60 to 80% packet loss. As noted, if I bypass router and make internet connection directly to PC - no problems - no packet loss.Used Cisco Connect software to set up. On advice of ISP changed MTU from 1500 to 1300. Also registered MAC id with ISP and changed from cloning PC MAC to using the router MAC. Downloaded and installed latest firmware version. Did factory reset and re-configured the whole thing. Double checked and swapped wiring.
I have a new EA3500 router that's working great for a variety of devices* except a Windows7 laptop. 24 hours after establishing a connection, the laptop loses connectivity and it's very difficult to re-establish a connection. Usually I have to reboot the router, but 24 hours later the problem returns and Windows is unable to connect.
My router settings include DHCP client lease time set to 1440 minutes (24 hours), so I thought the problem might have something to do with DHCP lease renewal. To test this theory, on Saturday night I did ipconfig/release and ipconfig/renew and established connectivity from the laptop.
Sunday morning I spoke with Linksys support and changed several settings per their recommendation:Network mode mixed (I had it on N-only for some reason)Assigned different SSIDs to the 2.4GHz band and 5 GHz band2.4 GHz band channel is 20MHz only, using channel 95 GHz band channel is 40 MHz only, using channel 161I also power cycled the router. Everything worked fine until Sunday night, 24 hours after the release/renew, when I lost connectivity. I am not sure what to try next and whether the problem lies with the router or the laptop.
On my PC laptop, when we try to connect to the internet (wireless router) through firefox we get the error message"Firefox can't establish a connection to the server @ cn-us.start3.monzilla.com. When we try using Window explorer we get "Internet Explorer can't display webpage" When prompted to click on "diagnose connection problem" it states Windows did not find any problems with this computer network connection.
A couple of points... the connection indication at the bottom states the laptop is connected to the internet. (WLAN ON)I have a Mac that is connected to our internet and doesn't have any problems.We have Windows Vista on the PC laptop
I too am having a problem establishing a secure connection for Dropbox, Adobe update and just about every website I try to access via Firefox or Chrome comes up as unsecure. I can add exceptions, but I would rather access them securely.
I have tried to establish a VPN-Connection from Ipad (via the Ipad built-in vpn-client) to a SA540.Unfortunately without any results. I get the message "Server is not responding". (A VPN Connection from a normal Software-Client running on W7 works fine).
I have successfully connected two RV042s to establish a VPN gateway to VPN gateway connection. I have the follow questions:
1. I would like to keep the VPN tunnel connection time indefinite. Is it sufficient by checking the "Keep-Alive" box on the VPN -> Gateway To Gateway -> Advance page? Or, I have to ping the RV042 periodically?
2. Do the "Phase 1/Phase 2 SA Life Time" (on VPN -> Gateway To Gateway page) settings have any impact on keeping the VPN connection time indefinite? What are the optimal values for them?
3. Is there an API, command, or script to replace a manual clicking on the "CONNECT" button to establish the VPN tunnel from the VPN -> Summary page? Or, is there a way to accomplish this at power up?
4. Is there a way to establish a VPN tunnel without going through login and clicking the "CONNECT" button? (Auto connect at power up?)
I've to realize a VPN (ipsec) between 2 side that use a Router Cisco 1841, each one with its own public IP.The 2 side can ping each one with Public IP but the VPN are in DOWN's state.The schema is the following:
I need some clarification if it is possible to do an IPL connection between Cisco 2801 (T1) to Cisco 1841 (E1) via Ethernet (2801) to Serial (1841).
I am unable to find any documentation about this and I need to connect our network to our overseas office.
Our side uses the 1841 router and our provider has set-up our E1 connection to be via Serial interface while on our overseas office uses the 2801 and will connect via the T1 card, which by the way does not have any serial interface ports just ethernets.
So far checking on how to configure this, I am unsure on how the connection will happen since the info that I got is that T1 does not have the option to hold an IP address (also unsure on this though). With this in mind and that the 2801 does not have serial interfaces, does that mean that IPL connection would be via the available Ethernet ports?
I connected my home laptop to the work network to download some (legal) software (by cable) but it didn't work. When I detached it the internet access to the desktop machine was not functioning. That was diagnosed as a problem with the I.P. address (presumably when i attached my laptop.) It was fixed over the phone through a START>RUN>CMd>config process. Now I find that my laptop won't connect to my NetGear home link (also cable) and wonder if the same problem might be happening, that connecting the laptop to the work network has scrambled it's recognition of the server or the I.P. address.I tried updating Kaspersky 2011 databases but it just keeps saying 'source not found'Another laptop using the same router connects perfectly each time.
I am not able to establish a PTPP connection with my iPhone over WAN. When I am in my local Wireless LAN it works nice using the external FQDN of the RV220W. But when I test the VPN access over 3G (meaning I am coming in over the WAN port) I get and error message that the connection to the PPP server could not be established.
Some more Info
- Running latest firmware - Port 1723 is open to the Internet - ISP doesn't filter anything - No Firewall settings blocking anything at the moment - Nothing in the logs indicating what the problem is
So what needs to be done here to get it running over the WAN port and not only over the LAN ports?
Does RV082 can establish PPTP VPN connection as CLIENT? (i'm aware it can provide function of VPN PPTP server but could not find if it can act as client).To explain further: I'm based in Europe and use US VPN to access some US services like Netflix, Pandora, etc.. (i'm paying for US VPN account as service so I have no other choice than PPTP). I would like to establish permanent PPTP VPN tunnel with remote server so all computers in the house can go through tunnel when i browse for Pandora or Netflix for example (is this router capable of routing policy too so not all the traffic would be routed through tunnel?)
I have cable modem (one of those Motorollas), ehternet cable connected to desktop pc (usb would be probably the same), Windows7 - host, Virtual Box -> CentOS6 - guest; no static IP, no router.I am trying to connect guest and host together and both to the Internet, there are suppose to be 3 ways to do that:
1) Adapter 1: Host-only adapter + Adapter 2: NAT; I've been trying to get it to work for a while now, but I cant; here is some info: VirtualBox Configuration (no IP for the guest? I've seen it there before though, so there might be a way to do that)
2) Bridged adapter; I think that the only way to do that is with a physical router at home or office etc; VirtualBox 4.0.2 Network Connections in Windows 7 - YouTube
3) NAT and port forwarding; I think this might be the only option, here is some info: url...
Once again the sun sinks into its nightly reprieve; for the third time since I first set out on this mission. Before me, only the piercing glows of monitors that sting my eyes. Yet, I cannot look away. The clacking of keys, once triumphant battle drums of purpose, has grown sharp. They pierce my ears and my mind. It would be madness to continue. My body is weak. My resolve is waning. My sanity ...... tenuous. But if seeing this through means madness.....bring on the madness.
I'm trying to find a way to network my desktop (wired) and my laptop (wifi) so that I can swap files between the two easily. I've mostly been attempting this through Windows Homegroup, although I've also downloaded and installed TeamViewer. The thing is, the two just will not connect. After much poking around I found the specific symptom to be that wired connections and wireless connections refuse to speak. My laptop sees my roomie's laptop easily enough, though. And if I hardline my laptop to the router suddenly their best friends! - joining each others' Homegroup, swapping files, trading recipes!
Points of interest: I've noticed that, while both are enabled, only IPv4 connectivity indicates internet access; IPv6 says No Internet Access. Pings from one machine to the other result in "Request timed out" or "Destination Host Unreachable." I've disabled firewalls - Windows and the one on the router. Disabled and then uninstalled anti-virus. I've updated the router firmware and net adapter drivers I tried restoring router to factory settings, in case I changed something I shouldn't have along the way. I've alternated static and dynamic ip addresses - no difference there. I've just spotted a couple of errors in the Event Viewer that look like they could be leads;(!)ErrorDhcp-Client The IP address lease 192.168.2.2 for the Network Card with network address 0x6CF049E337F0 has been denied by the DHCP server 192.168.2.1 (The DHCP Server sent a DHCPNACK message).
2 days ago I bought Verbatim 2TB NAS with Gbs ethernet and connected it to Cisco Catalyst 2970 Gigabit switch. When I log in to cisco CP, monitoring tools shows that connection with NAS is 1000 Mbps, but file transfer speed is only 9-11 MBs per second (screen 1 and 2). This means that connection is 100Mbs, right?
So, how can I fix this, what is the problem with this NAS. I formated it from ext2 to ext3, nothing has changed, then restored it.
customer provide quite large network with dot1x deployment - there is dual ACS5.3 servers for authentication Wired, VPN and WiFi access. Users (and computers) are mostly authenticated against Active Directory - there are several AD servers in the network.I found there is tens of cases every day with error message:24401 Could not establish connection with ACS Active Directory agent.This happens in random day and night time regardless on current authentication load. how to diagnose this more deeply? Or where to look for – is it problem with internal communication with AD Agent or is the problem in communication AD agent to AD servers? How is solved redundancy in case one AD server is not accessible – as there is no such setting in the AD connection configuration in ACS.
Two ASA-5510 in Failover.I already have several VPN with Cisco VPN client.Now I have the requirement to activate new AnyConnect VPN, witch "migrate" the old VPN to.The customer does not want to purchase licenses for SSL VPN, and then I have to configure the AnyConnect on IPSEC.I read that AnyConnect over IPSEC don't need SSL license - is this right?
Client version 2.5.3055.On the ASA with 8.4.2 (ASDM 6.4.7) I don't find HOW to configure the IPSEC for AnyConnect, while a friend of mine with 8.4.3 did it.Is there a way to configure using CLI, or is an item of the 8.4.2 ?When I try to connect, after authenticating Username & Password, I receive (on the client) a message "AnyConnect was not able to establish a connection to the specified secure gateway." On the "Real Time Log Viewer" I see only SSL, never IKE nor IPSEC
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
I need to get the internet from my uncle and aunt's house to my grandma's house next door. I don't know exact feet or anything like that yet but I will get it measured off. My grandma's kids got her a laptop for Christmas but she doesn't have the internet or would be wanting to spend money on it a month since she already says she will not be able to use the computer, but I said we would just somehow get the internet from next door. I don't know off the top of my head but my aunts computer is an older Dell, early P4 computer with xp on it. It's slow but it does work so that is the computer. The router is some sort of D-link with one antenna on it and I'm pretty sure it's probably a G-router(2.4ghz) and not a N-router, but can get that info later too! They currently use Time Warner Cable Roadrunner Turbo for their internet. Both places are well built brick houses and at least 200-300 feet apart. I checked yesterday and the computer was able to pick up the signal in my grandma's house on the end that was closest to my aunts house. It was showing 2 bars but it wasn't extremely fast and that room had a bigger window in it probably allowing some of the signal in? If you moved from that point of the house though and tried to go to the other end, the signal was lost. The router in my aunt's house is one room away from the end of the house that is closest to my grandma's so it could be moved closer but I don't think that will fix the signal enough to do what I need it to do.
My modem with single network connectivity (Type I) works fine. I tried to replace with Type II modem (with wifi- and 4 or more ports) for connectivity. I could not establish connection with the server of the service provider. I tried to replace with a different type of typeII modem. Still the same. What could be the reason?I connected the same in a different workplace to a different PC.
So I've decided to use a different router to resolve some VPN issues, and want to use my DIR-655 as a pure wireless access point. I need the access point to use the same range of IP addresses as the rest of the network (maintain access to networked printers, file shares, etc). However, I can't establish a wireless connection to the access point.
- Defined a IP address for the DIR-655 within the DHCP range of the primary router - Defined the proper subnet - Disabled the DHCP server on the DIR-655 - Connect a LAN port of the DIR-655 to a LAN port on a switch (note that it's not connected directly to a router).
When I connect a device WIRED to a LAN port on the DIR-655, everything works fine. The device gets assigned a DHCP address (which I know is being assigned by the main router since the DIR-655 DHCP server is disabled), and I can connect to the LAN and I can access the internet with no problem. So I know the DIR-655 is acting correctly to pass thru traffic. Also, I can access the DIR-655 web configuration page from any LAN device (even a device not directly connected to the DIR-655), so I know the DIR-655 is on that LAN correctly.
But when I try to connect WIRELESS to the DIR-655, it doesn't work at all. Although the wireless NIC is connecting to the DIR-655 (e.g. it asks me for the WPA key), it can't pull an IP address, so there is no connection to the LAN or internet.
I have been using the subject Wireless Router for more than 2 years. Most of the time it worked OK but lately it has been giving issues. [code] Due to a recent power outage, I had to reset the setting on the Dlink router. One of the issue is after resetting the Internet options and rebooting the router when I go back to the system screen, both the Release and Renew buttons are greyed out.I have tried to reboot the router as well as cable modem without any success. The Cable Modem is Motorola SB5120.
I have a RVS4000 with client VPNs setup and have created all 5 users......trouble I run into is that when one of the users attempts to connect to the VPN from a second device (ie the sixth device to connect to the VPN), the connection does not establish....cannot ping remote server (using QuickVPN). In looking at the logs, the device that isn't working is getting a different IP (172.16 vs 192.168). I know I'm limited to 5 users, but am I limited to 5 devices as well?
I am tring to configure ssh in cisco 4507.After doing so Ican see ssh connection establish from default vlan but getting failed from other vlan.rectify the ssh configuration so that connection estabnlish from any vlan.
Trying to establish a wireless connection from WD TV Live Plus unit to Westell 327W router using an AirLink 150 adapter. The media player sees my network and seems to have a good signal, but keeps telling me "limited or no connectivity." The media player (with adapter) is about 20 feet from the router with direct line-of-sight.Also, 3 other Wi-Fi devices having no problem connecting anywhere in the house.Power down/power up, move adapter to alternate USB port, re-try connection multiple times.
I have WAG120N and I want to use ssh tunneling to browse the net.In windows, I have to use a software like putty or xShell to establish a ssh connection to remote server.It works perfectly and I don't have any problem with it.The problem occurs when I want to use this ssh account in linux.At first,connection established without any problem or error.After 2-3 minutes it seems ssh dies and no data transmitted through ssh tunnel.I tried this with Symphony ADSL modem(Wired only) and I have no problem with it.I want to know if there's any specific problem or configuration for WAG120N to solve this problem?I like this modem/router and I don't want to sell it and buy any other modem/ router.I have to mention that usually I use wired connections to WAG120N,but at some cases I need to use its wireless features.