Cisco VPN :: Setup A Vpn Connection At Remote Offices With A 5505?
Apr 11, 2011
I have setup a vpn connection at my remote offices with a 5505. At my main office I have a 5510.From my remote offices I can PING my Main office server. However when I go to set up a vpn connection through windows network and sharing center I can't seem to have the connection connect.....
So today all my remote offices can't connect to my server.
Looking as my asa 5510 in my main office it appears that the connections to the other offices is not working..So could this be from the power outage.I don't know how or why it would change no setting have been changed..
But staff at remote offices cannot connect to the server..The error they see is the primary dns is not responding.
I have two cisco ASA 5505 devices and two cisco switches plugged to ASAs in each office. I need to create a VPN tunnel between two offices.
-Network behind the ASA1 in office1 is 192.168.1.0/24 with DHCP server – 192.168.1.10
-Networks behind the ASA2 in office2 are 192.168.5.0/25; 192.168.5.128/26 and 192.168.5.192/26
All computers in office2 need to get IPs from DHCP server 192.168.1.10. I have switch in office2 with 3 VLANS and I can assign computers from different subnets to different VLANs.How can I archive this goal? Should I assign 3 IPs for ASA2 inside interface (192.168.5.1, ...5.129, ...5.193) as a default gateways for each subnet? Should I put dhcp helper address 192.168.1.10 on the switch for each VLAN?
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.
I am trying to configure access to several remote offices for users who VPN into our main datacenter. The datacenter has a 5520, and the branches are connected through IPSec L2L VPNs. Branches all have 5505 or 5510's. Remote users use IPSec via the Cisco remote Client. Remote access into our data center works, and the L2L VPNs are perfect...just now that i need remote users to access the branches after Remote access VPNing (for support) i cant get that part to work.
Have 2 office locales. Currently have a Site to Site VPN over the public domain with 1 T-1 line on each side (different carriers). The performance is _poor_. A 2MB Excel file takes over 1 minute to open at the remote location (takes less than 10 seconds at primary location).Have approximately 20 users at the remote location (about 200 miles away); entry level firewalls; and primarily only work with MS Office files.
1) What are the differences between "Private Ethernet", "MPLS VPN", "Point to Point T-1s", and just old fashion Site to Site VPN? and is there one in particular we should focus on given we only have 2 offices?
2) Do we simply just need to increase our pipes on both sides from T-1s to 2 T-1s or a 10/10 IDE line to make our S2S VPN acceptable?
3) Is all that's really needed for P2P T-1s is to have the same carrier at both locations (this is available)? Do we still need VPN or if it's all over the same carrier it is secure?
4) If we go with Private Ethernet or Point to Point T-1s, would we then need another pipe to just get to the internet?
I created three different Remote VPN connections with three different networks . i can make them one but for some reasons i don't mix all.and iam using Cisco asa 5505 with Shrew Soft VPN software , so my problem is,- i connected Shrew soft remote vpn , if i try to connected another remote vpn connection this will not accept the second connection, any remote vpn connection software that accepts more than one connection
I have created a Remote VPN connection on a Cisco ASA 5505.When I'm connected remotely through the Cisco VPN Client my connection is very slow.I have a response time of 220ms when I ping my server. how to improve the speed of the VPN connection?
I have a question on a VPN connection. I have a remote access VPN setup on an ASA 5505 to be able to remote into a location and check the HVAC program running on a PC. The remote connection connects fine, but when I use remote desktop to connect to the PC, it connects quick, but the screen redraw and reaction time is extremely slow. EG: I click on the program and it takes about 20 seconds to draw the screen, or I click on a menu bar and get the same times for reactions. Could this be a ISP Up/Download issue or is there something that I need to look at on the ASA to change?
If I connect to the remote and do a PING from my desktop to the remote Desktop, these are the results that I get:
Reply from 192.168.XX.XX: bytes=32 time=96ms TTL=128 Reply from 192.168.XX.XX: bytes=32 time=132ms TTL=128 Reply from 192.168.XX.XX: bytes=32 time=90ms TTL=128
I have been working with my ASA 5505 VPN Concentrator to maintain a connection with one of my remote sites. I have several tunnels that work fine and dont have any issues at all, but one tunnel with outside IP ending in 146 and inside LAN 192.168.3.0 goes down every 24 hours. Attached is the config from the concentrator. I changed around the Security Association Lifetime Settings and the tunnel would drop after that amount of time expired. If I set it to 24 hours, the tunnel would drop every 24 hours. If I set it to 8 hours it would go down every 8 hours.
I have swapped the router a few times, double and triple checked my key settings, disabled keep alives on both ends, and this problem just started happening a few weeks ago after working fine for years. I also get the following e-mail error every time it goes down:
<161>Jul 10 2011 16:19:47: %ASA-1-713900: Group = xxx.xxx.xxx.146, IP = xxx.xxx.xxx.146, construct_ipsec_delete(): No SPI to identify Phase 2 SA!
i want to setup a remote desktop connection for 3 computers on the same network to connect to remotely. Originally i was going to port forward the original windows RDP port and run the windows rdp service but learnt that XP Home Edition doesn't support this feature. I want to be able to log onto these computers at any time remotely with the need of accessing the computer before i connect.
im drawing a blank trying to setup a site to site connection with a 5505 ASA using ipsec and isakmp.i have the pre shared key as well as the external address of the other end of the tunnel but do not remember what the commands are to setup the crypto map and isakmp.
i have 2 router asa 5505 with base license i wanna make site to site vpn connection and remote site using vpn client to connect first i have hdsl router with 5 public ip i wanna try it by giving 1 public ip to each router and try the vpn but nothing work?
On wireless (lenovo tabletx61) I cannot connect through the intranet - no problem connecting through internet. When I manage to connect through intranet connection is dropped quite often.No problem connecting via Ethernet cables.
We have two offices with two 1841 routers. Each office have two wan links (one ADSL with dialer, one SDSL) with fixed IP.The adsl link is the default route with failover.There is only one VTI working properly with the config below (the adsl one). If I remove the route "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 dialer 1 track 1" both VTI are working properly, however all traffic is going to SDSL witch is not the behaviour we would like to get.
get both VTI working with default route to ADSL link ?
------------------------------------------------ track 1 ip sla 1 reachability delay down 1 up 1 ! ! crypto isakmp policy 1 encr aes
I support a dental office that just went in on an x-ray machine with two other offices. So, there is a total of three seperate offices each with their own Internet connection and each on a different ip scheme. They all want to be able to see the Win XP computer connected to this x-ray computer. Ideally, they would each want to be able to run their dental software on this computer.
I have an Avaya IP office setup on a 1.5 mb T1 PRI at location 1. My second location is going to run IP phones over 15mb/1mb DSL connection. All calls will generate from the IP office at location 1. I will have 6-8 IP phones at location 2.I assume i need a VPN setup between the two office for the IP phones to work. I've been looking for the best VPN solution and it appears for a budget the Netgear FVS318 or FVS338 is the way to go. If I go that route do I just need a FVS338 or FVS318 at both locations?
I have created Remote access vpn on ASA 5505 (ver 8.2(5) with base license). When I connect from one machine, I can ping the internal network. But when I connect from another machine, cant.I have only decrypts on the ASA side, without encrypts. I was debugging ICMP packets with the capture feature, and saw that echo-reply packets are returning toward the outside interface, but aren't passing through it.
Where x.x.x.x is LAN and y.y.y.y is the VPN client ip. The nat is ok, access lists are ok, but the packets dont pass through.I tried creating new VPN profile but the same problem, it seems that only one remote client can be active even base license allows more than 1 client.
I have 2 ASA5505 firewalls deployed, 1 at the data center (code v8.0.3) and 1 at a remote location (code v8.0.2). The remote location has 2 PCs that connect back to the data center to access the directory services, exchange, file servers, etc. The ASA5505 firewalls are configured for a site to site VPN.We were having stability issues with the remote ASA so we decided to upgrade the code as a first step. We updated the data center to 8.0.5 and all was well. I data was flowing and I could get into both ASAs from the data center via ASDM and ssh.Then I updated the remote location to 8.0.5. Now I can't ASDM or ssh into either ASA unless I'm at that specific site. PCs are still able to connect their servers.
I am unable to ping, telnet, ssh or ASDM into the inside vlan ip address while I am at the other site. I can see in the logs inbound connections being built on the distant firewall but it doesn't build a new outbound connection to reply traffic.Did 8.0.5 do something to block management connections from the outside?
Got a single asa 5505 configured in the office. we have 3 site to site vpn connections from this device, which all work from within the office.Ive not setup my pc to connect from home to the asa via the ciso client.
i can connect to all LAN servers on the local subnet, however i cannot connect through the ASA to any of my site to site vpn's.
if i do an ipconfig on my home pc i can see my local ip, mask & gw, and i can see my assigned remote access ip & mask but no gw.
I cannot ping any remote site to site pc's by IP or name.
There is a site I oversee that is moving to a new ISP. The drive is 2 hours round trip and I need to do is change an IP. DHCP is being handed out by the internal Domain Controller and all the workstations point to the server for DNS. Will the following commands inputted over an SSH putty session into the current WAN IP change the IP and allow me to hookup to the new ISP? The plan is to copy and paste the following commands into global config mode. Currently they are using DHCP on the WAN side which I do not approve of and their external route is pointing to the internal IP of 192.168.1.1. Things still work but I want to do away with this. Will these commands get the job done?
I am currently having an issue configuring an ASA 5505 to connect via remote access VPN using the Cisco VPN Client 5.0.07.0440 running on Windows 8 Pro x64. The VPN client prompts for the username and password during the connect process, but fails soon after.
The VPN client logs are as follows:
Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 5.0.07.0440 Copyright (C) 1998-2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Client Type(s): Windows, WinNT Running on: 6.2.9200 2 15:09:21.240 12/11/12 Sev=Info/4 CM/0x63100002
We have a ASA 5505 in our enviroment. We already configures two site 2 site VPN to our branch offices. Now we are planning to configure remote access VPN. So what should be consider when configuring the remote access VPN in ASA which already having site to site VPN?
I have the following problem on configuring ezvpn for the following situation: 3 different locations - 1 HQ with 2901 server and 2 offices with 861 clients. Clients connects to HQ, I do traffic between HQ and offices but I cannot ping between offices (ping from 192.168.1.0/24 to 192.168.2.0/24 and vice versa.
The configs: aaa new-model ! ! aaa authentication login default local aaa authentication login vpn_xauth_1 local [Code]....
setting up a link between a Head Office UC540 and a remote SR520 which I want to use a PC and an IP Phone from. This remote site is the first of several.I've found several examples of site to site IPsec VPNs, but none with references to voice and data VLANs, do I need to worry about this or will the phone just work.
I was trying to setup an Remote Access VPN using ISR 2801. I was able to establish the vpn tunnel from my house using DSL Connection (behind NAT), the ISR give the IP address which is from the ip pool that I configured on the ISR. The problem that I have right now is that it fails reaching the corporate LAN network.