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Cisco PIX 7.1(1) clearing / dropping / killing / logout a specific isakmp point to point tunnel

Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hi:  When you do a

show isakmp sa

you get something back like

73  IKE Peer: 111.222.111.222
    Type    : L2L             Role    : initiator
    Rekey   : no              State   : MM_ACTIVE

There is a clear isakmp sa command but it will clear ALL isakmp sessions.  Is there any way to clear just the one (#73) session in this case?

Thanks in advance
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clear ipsec sa

To clear IPSec SAs entirely or based on specified parameters, use the clear ipsec sa command in global configuration and privileged EXEC modes. You can also use an alternate form: clear crypto ipsec sa.

clear ipsec sa [counters | entry peer-addr protocol spi | peer peer-addr | map map-name]
Syntax Description
counters  (Optional) Clears all counters.
entry (Optional) Clears IPSec SAs for a specified IPSec peer, protocol and SPI.
map map-name (Optional) Clears IPSec SAs for the specified crypto map.
peer (Optional) Clears IPSec SAs for a specified peer.
peer-addr Specifies the IP address of an IPSec peer.
protocol Specifies an IPSec protocol: esp or ah.
spi Specifies an IPSec SPI.

clear ipsec sa peer-addr 111.222.111.222

check this out..
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Cool, will check this out and get back.
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clear ipsec sa peer 111.222.111.222

seems to work fine.  have to leave out the -addr

thanks
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