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Config Site to Site VPN on Cisco RVS4000 behind Router

Posted on 2011-09-18
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Hi experts:

I'm trying to create a site to site VPN from my house to a data center that has a ASA 5505.  The issue is that at home I have to use the ISP's router (Verizon FiOS)  So, my question is...what ports do I have to forward from my ISP's router to my Cisco RVS4000 to properly configure the site to site connection?
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by:harbor235
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I assume you mean you want to terminate teh VPN on the RVS4000 via a site-to-siteVPN?
UDP 500(isakmp), IP 50(ESP) and 51(AH), this should do the trick,

I would enable nat traversal making IPSEC nat aware


harbor235 ;}
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by:Ernie Beek
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Assuming you use IPSec:

UDP port 500 for IKE
When using IPSec NAT traversal, UDP port 4500

Also you need to forward two protocols (so not ports): protocol 50 (ESP) and protocol 51 (AH).
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by:Ernie Beek
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Hm, close call ;)
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Well, I found out in order to use my own router with FiOS I have to put a call in and have them use the ehternet instead of the coax from from the unit they provide.
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Put call in to ISP
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