ASA 5520 VPN to 5510 PTP

Posted on 2011-02-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Using IOS 8.4(1)

Was working just fine before the IOS was updated to newest 8.4(1) from 8.2(1)

Connecting ASA 5520 to the ASA 5510...

 anyone else have this issue?
Question by:alexr54
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Ernie Beek earned 500 total points
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The thing could be that from version 8.3 Cisco made some huge changes in the nat functionality. I think you might want to manually review the setup to check. There might be something messed up there.

Have a look at:
That might help you.

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I don't understand your scenario. Can you post something more?

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We decided to revert back to the older IOS. Will revisit this shortly.
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by:Ernie Beek
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Ok, anything before 8.3 should be ok.

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whats happening is VPN is connected, but seems no pass through traffic is allowed...
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by:Ernie Beek
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That could be the access-lists that are used to match the traffic that is permitted to go through the tunnel or the lists that are used for the nat exempts (no nat) for the traffic going through the tunnel. As said before, I suspect it has to do with the latter.

If possible, the easiest way might be to set up a new site2site VPN using the wizard in ASDM and be done with it.

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