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Still no luck with this although when looking at the debugging logs it appears to show connections from my office land IP's to the remote LAN IPs'
By using “Tunnel Monitor” feature, you can automatically initiate IPSec VPN Tunnel as and when the defined destination IP address becomes reachable. In this example, 184.108.40.206 is the IP address configured on Remote site (behind Cisco ASA).
The tunnel configured above will terminate in the Trust zone for traffic traversing the tunnel, although if more granular control is desired for the policy configuration in the tunnel, use a VPN or other zone. Also, note that the gateway configuration below will be configured for the Untrust interface, not to be confused with the tunnel terminating on a trusted interface.
The tunnel configured above will terminate in the Trust zone for traffic traversing the tunnel, although if more granular control is desired for the policy configuration in the tunnel, use a VPN or other asa vpn no decaps zone. Also, note that the gateway configuration below will be configured for the Untrust interface, not to be confused with the tunnel terminating on a trusted interface.
When configuring an IPSec Tunnel Proxy-ID configuration to identify local and remote IP networks for traffic that is NATed, the Proxy-ID configuration for the IPSec Tunnel must be configured with the Post-NAT IP network information, because the Proxy-ID information defines the networks that will be allowed through the tunnel on both sides for the IPSec configuration.
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When we configure IPSec Tunnel Monitor (as shown above), it probes the destination IP address by sending ICMP Echo Request, and when it receives reply from the same IP address, it considers the IPSec Tunnel is Up.
Im using a nearly identical config for another site that is using the same router and IOS version and it's working fine. The only difference is that one site is 192.168.15.0/24 and the one that doesn't work is 192.168.16.0/24
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Under , define IPSec Crypto profile to specify protocols and algorithms for identification, authentication, and encryption in VPN tunnels based on IPSec SA negotiation (IKEv1 Phase-2). These parameters should match on the remote firewall for the IKE Phase-2 negotiation to be successful.
Hi Guy's.Should i be talking to my ISP about block / filtering ESP 50? It's seems really odd that this all of a sudden stop working and we have made no changes to any of our configs on either end. Also, i have reloaded both appliances and tried many reconnects of the tunnel.
Confirm with packet capture thatAs a side note: Phase 2 negotiation NEEDS to be completed to send encrypted traffic. If phase 2 would not complete you'd be seeing send errors on egress in IPsec SA counters.