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IP Phone SSL VPN through ASA

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Im in the middle of configuring Ip Phone SSL VPN through ASA, got stuck on authentication.. When I enter username and password on the phone screen, i get "Username and password failed" message on the screen. However, in ASA logs I see the following line

 

Feb 16 2011    15:12:57    725002    85.132.43.67    52684            Device completed SSL handshake with client vpn:85.132.*.*/52684

Feb 16 2011    15:17:26    725007    85.132.43.67    52745            SSL session with client vpn:85.132.*.*/52745 terminated.

 

What does it mean?  How can I turn on debugging to see what is going on?

 

Thank you in advance!
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Is this the Cisco Deskphone VPN solution?    I set this up and It took no less than 5 calls with TAC and about 15 hours of troubleshooting.  

What are you using for Auth?   Local AAA or ldap passthorugh perhaps?  

For testing, you can turn on debug logging to a syslog server to get a complete picture....
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Thank you for your reply, it was routing problem, after successful VPN handshake the phone was unable to contact Call Manager
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by:fgasimzade
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Managed to find solution myself
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