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Changed set peer statement on 2600 router, no traffic is being sent... how to look at connection.

VPN between two 2600 routers.

Changed the public address at one end.  Changed the set peer address (to match) at the other end.  Now no traffic is flowing.

How can I look at the VPN connection and see where it's failing?
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gateguardAuthor Commented:
Actually, I figured out what I was doing wrong.  I wasn't changing the ip address on the isakmp configuration.  So now it's working.

But the question remains: how do I monitor activity on the vpn?  

I want to see some log entries but I see nothing.

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Technicon-SGCommented:
Your Eventlog should show you activity for connection attempts.  Or you can enable syslog under "Services".

From Contivity 2600 help file

The Event Log includes information on tunneling, security, backups, debugging, hardware, security, daemon processes, software drivers, interface card driver events, and so forth.

As the Event Log adds in-memory information, its oldest entries are overwritten. The Event Log retains the latest 2000 entries, and discards old entries when it is refreshed.
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