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Adding SSL VPN licenses to ASA5510, do I lose the IPSEC VPN licenses?

Posted on 2010-09-20
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I have a ASA5510 I currently use with IPSEC VPN licenses, we have a number of users configured to do so, and using it successfully. However, to support 64-bit Windows users I want to add 50 SSL licenses and use WebVPN for Terminal Services.

I am concerned that by using the new activation key that CISCO has provided it will add the new 50 SSL licenses, but then I will not be able to use the IPSEC VPN licenses. Can anyone let me know if this the case or will I be able to continue to keep the IPSEC licenses and use the SSL licenses concurrently as well.

Currently I have 2 SSL licenses the device came with and I believe 50 IPSEC VPN licenses. They both work just fine. Total VPN peers are 250

Thank you.
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joelvp earned 500 total points
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No, you will not lose any licenses. Use the command:

use the command:

.....# sh vpn-sess

Active Session Summary

Sessions:
                           Active : Cumulative : Peak Concurrent : Inactive
  SSL VPN               :       0 :        345 :               4
    Clientless only     :       0 :          8 :               3
    With client         :       0 :        337 :               4 :        0
  Email Proxy           :       0 :          0 :               0
  IPsec LAN-to-LAN      :       0 :        200 :               2
  IPsec Remote Access   :       0 :          0 :               0
  VPN Load Balancing    :       0 :          0 :               0
  Totals                :       0 :        545

License Information:
  IPsec   :    250    Configured :    250    Active :      0    Load :   0%
  SSL VPN :     10    Configured :     10    Active :      0    Load :   0%
                            Active : Cumulative : Peak Concurrent
  IPsec               :          0 :        200 :               2
  SSL VPN             :          0 :        345 :               4
    AnyConnect Mobile :          0 :          0 :               0
    Linksys Phone     :          0 :          0 :               0
  Totals              :          0 :        545

Tunnels:
                    Active : Cumulative : Peak Concurrent
  IKE         :          0 :        200 :               2
  IPsec       :          0 :        200 :               2
  Clientless  :          0 :        345 :               4
  SSL-Tunnel  :          0 :        390 :               4
  DTLS-Tunnel :          0 :        371 :               4
  Totals      :          0 :       1506

Active NAC Sessions:
  No NAC sessions to display

Active VLAN Mapping Sessions:
  No VLAN Mapping sessions to display

Here 10 SSL licenses have been added, but IPSEC still exist.
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Thank you. Worked as you stated.
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