I have two Cisco ASA's running code 7.2(2). I'm migrating the vpn from one of the devices from an old firewall to the new ASA. The new vpn is working fine, but the ASA box had the following lines from the previous vpn: tunnel-group 220.127.116.11 type ipsec-l2l tunnel-group 18.104.22.168 ipsec-attributes pre-shared-key *
Jul 09, 2014 · access-list ACLSITEPRINCIPAL remark Reseau derriere le ASA5510 pour Acces VPN Split Tunnel access-list ACLSITEPRINCIPAL remark et Pool IP VPN access-list ACLSITEPRINCIPAL standard permit 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 Configure the crypto map for the tunnel, with two peers, then add it to both WAN interfaces. crypto map vpn_map 10 match address vpn crypto map vpn_map 10 set peer 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 crypto map vpn_map 10 set ikev1 transform-set myset crypto map vpn_map interface outside crypto map vpn_map interface outside2 May 12, 2016 · The tunnel configuration on the Cisco ASA is complete. Next you must configure the FortiGate with identical settings, except for the remote gateway and internal network. 2. Configuring the FortiGate using the IPsec VPN Wizard: On the FortiGate, go to VPN > IPsec > Wizard. Enter a Name for the tunnel and select the Site to Site – Cisco template. add vpn tunnel 1 type numbered local 169.254.44.234 remote 169.254.44.233 peer AWS_VPC_Tunnel_1 set interface vpnt1 state on set interface vpnt1 mtu 1436 Repeat these commands to create the second tunnel, using the information provided under the IPSec Tunnel #2 section of the configuration file. object network INSIDE_VPN_PAT subnet PRENAT_IP 255.255.255.0 nat (INSIDE,OUTSIDE) dynamic POSTNAT_IP. That’s it. Make sure you test your VPN tunnel. If you are having troubles, make sure you check out my post on troubleshooting ipsec vpn tunnels here. Or if you need to implement an VPN access-list check out my post on implementing VPN filters. tunnel-group 188.8.131.52 ipsec-attributes pre-shared-key * The problem arises when you forget the pre-shared key after a few months and you want to change one of the VPN tunnels. This situation happened to me recently when I had to change the public IP address on one of the ASA sites which had a Lan-to-Lan tunnel with a second ASA. Supposedly the ASA randomly generates OIDs for VPN tunnels so if a tunnel goes down and comes back up it will have a different OID or other identifier different from its original which will break your monitoring. Also, since the tunnel interfaces don't show up as actual interfaces it makes things even trickier.
CCIE Security: Troubleshooting Site-to-Site IPSec VPN with
Dec 22, 2015 · tunnel-group mytunnel ipsec-attributes pre-shared-key * telnet timeout 5ssh timeout 5 Solutions. Use any of the solutions in this section to solve the problem. Solution 1. In order to recover a pre-shared key in the VPN configuration, issue the more system:running-config command. This command shows the pre-shared key in clear-text format. Example:
add vpn tunnel 1 type numbered local 169.254.44.234 remote 169.254.44.233 peer AWS_VPC_Tunnel_1 set interface vpnt1 state on set interface vpnt1 mtu 1436 Repeat these commands to create the second tunnel, using the information provided under the IPSec Tunnel #2 section of the configuration file.
The tunnel types the Cisco ASA 5505 configured as an Easy VPN hardware client sets up depends on a combination of the following factors: † You can use the Enable Tunneled Management attribute to automate the establishment of IPSec tunnels for remote management in addition to the data tunnel, the Clear Tunneled Management