Cisco WAN :: 2921 / Create Another Ipsec Site-to-site VPN Connection
May 11, 2013
currently I have a Cisco 2921 router and I have one active site-to-site VPN connection through the internet.my question is; how I can create another Ipsec site-to-site VPN connection ? I have to keep the 1st VPN connection active.
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.
The scenario where a Site to Site VPN tunnel has been established between Site A and Site B. Lan on Site A can ping Lan on Site B. My problem is a Printer behind Site B needs to be accessed by using the WAN IP address of Site A. Also i could not ping the remote lan or printer from the router.
Below are my configure on the Cisco 877 in site A.
Building configuration... Current configuration : 5425 bytes ! ! Last configuration change at 15:09:21 PCTime Fri Jun 15 2012 by admin01 ! version 12.4 no service pad
I'm trying to configure a VPN between a Check Point firewall (UTM-1, running R75.10) and a 2921 router (15.0(1r)M9).Here's the relevant config (names and external IP addresses only modified - using 220.127.116.11 for Check Point and 18.104.22.168 for Cisco):
================================================ ## vpn phase 2 access list (also used for route map)access-list 2699 permit ip 192.168.209.16 0.0.0.15 192.168.51.128 0.0.0.127
## nat route maproute-map R1 permit 2699match ip address 2699
Phase 1 appears to complete without issue, however at phase two it fails with "Fail to allocate ip address" (full debug attached). Everything I've read suggests that this issue relates to client based VPN, where the Cisco router cannot assign other related attributes to the requesting client (DNS server etc.) but obviously that isn't relevant in this case. Why the router might think it's a client connection and how to stop it?
While I'm troubleshooting this issue currently with a Check Point VPN we've noticed the issue appear on other VPNs (to Cisco 880 routers), and the problem seems to solve itself (which obviously doesn't useful in finding the cause of the problem!).
I am trying to create a site to site VPN using a cisco 2901 and Linksys router.I have the VPN configured and connected and I can ping gateway to gateway. However, from the Cisco I can't ping any of the devices beyond the gateway.Example, from the cisco I can ping 192.168.5.254 (gateway IP address) source gig 0/1 and it works great.
However if I ping from the cisco 192.168.5.50 (end user PC) source gig 0/1 it doesn't work.I have created a client VPN and that works perfectly.Below is my config.
Our HQ office has an ASA 5510 with full access to internal and external IP's. We have a small group of remote users that are working from a shared office suite and they only have Internet access by way of internal default gateway. Using a VPN client is not desirable due to many other devices requiring access to HQ. Is there a way to create a site-to-site VPN from this remote office space back to HQ (ASA 5510) if they have no access to the public IP address on their end?
I want to create a site-to-site VPN from one SA520w to another.The main office has a static IP, the branch office has dynamic.I have read the manual several times, but I am not sure what to do on the SA in the main office and on the SA on the branch office.
I am trying to set up a site to site ipsec connection. AT site A, I have Vlan's 652-10.55.216.0/24, Vlan653 -10.55.217.0/24, Vlan 654-10.55.217.0/24 and Vlan655-10.55.219.0/24 and at site B, Vlan650-10.55.214.0/24 and Vlan651-10.55.215.0/24.The problem is that I am unable to get any associations when i do a "sh crypto isakmp sa"/"sh crypto ipsec sa" on either router at each site.I am also unable to ping by pluging in a laptop into the site at each site. Laptop at site A is set to access vlan 655 and laptop at site B is set to acess vlan 651. I can ping all the devices from one end to the other.I have turned on debug crypto isakmp, debug crypto ipsec, debug crypto ipsec errors but dont get anything at all as output.I have attached the sh run for each router Cisco (1941/K9) and switch (Catalyst 3750) at each site.
I have an ASA 5525 and need to configure site to site ipsec vpn to 3 peers. I currently have an existing /28 public address from my ISP that is used by other services.Is there a way to use this existing ip range to configure IPSEC tunnels to 3 peers ?
I have two Cisco routers - 2911 in HQ and RV180 in branch office. Because in HQ LAN network I have some development servers, to which guys from branch office need to have acces, I decided to setup VPN site-to-site between HQ and branch office. Everything went quite smoothly, on both devices I see, that ipsec connection is established. Unfortunately I am not able to ping resources from one network to other one and vice versa. Below is the configuration of 2911 router (I skipped som unimportant (imho) configuration directives) :
With à customer we have à site to site VPN connection. In this tunnel there is one subnet routed with a 3des-sha encryption / hash. Now the want to add a new subnet in this tunnel, but with a AES-128 / MD5 encryption / hash. Is it correct if we make a new crypto map with a higher seq. number?
We have a scenario where the Cisco ASA 5505 will be one end of a site-to-site VPN. The same ASA 5505 also allows Client VPN connection. The question is around IP pooling. If I assign a pool of IP's (192.168.1.20 - 192.168.1.30) for Client VPN connections - do I need to be sure that those same IP's are not used on the other side of site-to-site VPN ?
There could be PC's/Servers running 192.168.1.0/24 on the other side of site-to-site VPN. Would this cause an address conflict ?
I have configured Ipsec vpn tunnel beetween two routers (from site A to site B) over untrusted internet connection by cisco 3825 routers and i can successfully access both of this routers. But now i need to access internet on site B router sitting on site A router. So that if i run traceroute from A site machine then the gateway by which internet passing through shows the ip of site B.
The Architecture of our both site routers :
Site A 10.1.11.0-----Router A 172.18.12.1-----VPN tunnel----Router B 172.18.12.2-----Site B 10.4.11.0
/////Create IKE policy crypto isakmp policy 1 encr aes authentication pre-share group 2 [Code] .....
We have configured a site to site tunnel from our ASA to another organizations Cisco 3030. It appears to have just one way initiation. We can do a ping to a device on the remote site and it will ping just fine. however, when the tunnel needs to be initiated from the remote site, it will not work until we have initiated the tunnel and then everything works.
I continue to see Error processing payload: Payload ID: 1 errors on the ASDM logs.It appears that all the configuration is in place because we can in fact establish the IPSec tunnel unidirectional. And once established, traffic can flow bidirectional.
I have weird problem with a Site to site VPN tunnel from a Cisco ASA 5505 to an Clavister Firewall.When I restart the Cisco ASA 5505 the tunnel is up and down,up, down, down, and I get all strange messages when I see if the tunnel is up or down with the syntax: [code]
After a while like 5-10 min the vpn site to site tunnel is up and here is the strange thing happening I have all accesslists and tunnel accesslists right I can only access one remote network (Main site Clavister Firewall) trought the vpn tunnel behind the Cisco ASA 5505, and I have 5 more remote networks that I want to access but only one remote network is working trought the vpn tunnel behind the Cisco ASA. I see that when I do this syntax in ASA: show crypto ipsec sa.They had a Clavister Firewall before on that site before and now they have a Cisco ASA 5505 and all the rules on the main site thats have the big Clavister Firewall is intact so the problems are in the Cisco ASA 5505. [code]
All these remote networks are at the Main Site Clavister Firewall.
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?
I have a situation where the site-to-site tunnel is already established using PPTP IPSec VPN with non Cisco Gateways terminating the link on each end. These non Cisco Gateways do not support L2TP tunneling, and there is no plan to change them.Beyond the Gateways on both ends, we have a Cisco 4500 series switch. We need to forward the 802.1q tagged VLANs between the two sites. Is it possible to use 802.1Q tunneling in this case, going via a PPTP tunnel ?
Cisco's setup uses dot1q-tunnel over a L2protocol-tunnel to preserve the original client VLAN tagging, so does this mean that the only option we have is to setup a L2TP tunnel at the Cisco device endpoints, and have that tunnel go through the existing PPTP tunnel (established between the 2 non Cisco VPN Gateways) ?
My requirment is Clients from site A should access the Internet from site B (B will be providing internet to site A), So I have configured Ipsec vpn tunnel beetween two routers (from site A to site B) over untrusted internet connection by cisco 3825 routers and i can successfully access both of this routers.I have configured a client machine in site A and configured gateway of this client is 10.1.11.254 but dont have internet there.
I have a Cisco 2911 router and a Cisco RV 120W router and i would like to establish a VPN tunnel between theese two. I have defined the settings on the Cisco RV 120W router and i just want the Cisco 2911 to follow those. setting up a connection with Cisco IOS.
Site A has an ASA 5510 and a single internet connection.Site B has two internet connections (primary and backup). If Site B also has an ASA, I can configure Site A's ASA to deal with a failover at Site B (set peer 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199). Does this work if Site B has an IOS router instead of an ASA? In other words will "set peer 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206" on the ASA work when it's talking to IOS on the other end?
Question on ASA VPN tunnels. I have one ASA 5510 in our corporate office, I have two subnets in our corporate office that are configured in the ASA in a Object group. I have a site to site IPSEC tunnel already up and that has been working. I am trying to set up another site to site IPSEC tunnel to a different location that will need to be setup to access the same two subnets. I'm not sure if this can be setup or not, I think I had a problem with setting up two tunnels that were trying to connect to the same subnet but that was between the same two ASA's. Anyways the new tunnel to a new site is not coming up and I want to make sure it is not the subnet issue. The current working tunnel is between two ASA 5510's, the new tunnel we are trying to build is between the ASA and a Sonicwall firewall.
I am having issues getting my ASA 5540 at site A, to pass TFTP and SYSLOG from itself across the IPSEC tunnel to our SYSMON servers (Syslog and TFTP) that live at site B. I have followed the suggestions of other threads and I am still not getting anywhere. Here is a quick topology diagram.
I have cisco pix connected at the edge of my GPRS network. Inside is the GPRS core network and outside is the ISP.On cisco pix, i have site to site IPSec configured between my inside GPRS network and Blackberry servers. for blackberry services.Using the ASDM I can see the total number of packets in and out on this site to site IPSec, but if I want to measure the trand of the bandwidth utilisation over this IPSec, per sec, then how can I do this? I have PRTG traffic monitoring, through which I did try, several MIB (listed below) but still not able to find the correct way. how can I get the measurement for the IPSec from cisco pix?
I cannot get it to work : if interesting traffic comes ffrom the IPSO side, the box would not even try to set up the tunnel. and If it comes fomr the ASA side, the box attempts to do so but it with this strange message : AM_WAIT_MSG2
I recently faced an issue at work. Clients want to make ipsec site-to-site vpn redundant. I have 2-asa-5520 working in a stack. Is it possible to configure site-to-site vpn in a redundant mode, like first peer ip address is x.x.x.x and secondary is y.y.y.y (backup) ?
you can configure a cisco 1905 router with vpn ipsec site-to-site in an aggressive mode? If so, any link to what I do? The VPN works well, but on site A, I had to configure a crypto map associating the IP address for site B (wich is dynamic), so if the connection on site B broken, I will have to configure another crypto map.
The scenario is:
Site A - ASA 5510 configured as a VPN concentrator and firewall for enterprise.
Site B - Cisco 1905 connected to Internet through a ADSL through a dynamic IP address and starting connection to Site A, bellow is the configuration:
I have a very basic lab site to site vpn setup where I have a ASA 5505 running v7.2(4) on one side and a cisco 2811 on the other side.
What's my issue?
I can't seem to ping from cisco router to the 'inside' network of ASA (see config below) and can't seem to ping from ASA packets leaving the 'inside' interface to cisco router even w/ an ICMP ACL permit outside in. However I'm able to ping within ASA inside network & ping cisco 2811 side w/ packets leaving ASA 'outside' interface just fine.
example: ------- ciscoasa# ping inside 10.20.20.1 (to cisco loopback1 from ASA inside) Type escape sequence to abort. Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 10.20.20.1, timeout is 2 seconds: [Code].....