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Receiving  Removing peer from peer table failed, no match! error on ASA

Posted on 2008-10-15
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Hello All,

I am receiving a  Removing peer from peer table failed, no match! when trying to connect to an ASA using the Cisco VPN client. There have been no changes to the ASA recently so I am scratching my head. Does anyone have any suggestions. I am including my debug crypto isakmp log. Thank you.
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look into the error behind this line:
Oct 15 10:43:04 [IKEv1]: Group = BARODA, Username = administrator, IP = 71.107.25.102, Remote peer has failed user authentication -  check configured username and password

hope this helps,

-t
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Thank you. I can log into the server with the correct credentials so I am not sure what is up with this. What do I need to remove authentication until I fix this. Thank you.
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i am not sure how your authentication is set up but you should be able to test it from the ASA if you are using a radius server using a command like:

test aaa radius username password legacy

you might have to use the question mark to identify the commands that are required for your device.
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