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Cisco ASA 5510 how do I remove a specific tunnel-group I created that is not working and leave the others intact.

Posted on 2010-08-30
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The preshared key I created is not working when I try to test connect as the vpn user with the preshared key I created. I want to start over and try again, but I do not want to remove the other existing and important tunnel-groups. What is the command syntax to remove a VPN user or a tunnel-group if that is the more accurate request. It would actually be preferable to be able to change or edit or replace the preshared key and leave the remainder of the config intact, but if that is not possible then I would like the syntax to remove the group so I can try again. If you want to be really helpful you can also paste in the syntax to create a new tunnel-group correctly in the event I made an error. I used the deprecated command from the 501 series, but it did add it and so I thought it would work, but the client log indicates an incorrect key.

Thank you,

Christa
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clear configure tunnel-group 123.123.123.123

clear configure username john
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