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Posted on 2011-10-27
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Hello,

 I configured multiple vlan on my Cisco ASA5520. Everything work perfectly except RDP (3389) connections.

The connections are established but after a period of inactivity, the user is disconnected from server (black screen).
The same problem happens with other type of connections (client/server), exemple : Oracle, file sharing..
Before installing the ASA, computers and servers were in the same vlan and it worked well.
There's a notion of inter vlan timeout connection ?

Thanks for help.
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by:wbourguiba
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I found this article on Cisco's site that talks about disconnecting and suggesting to apply this command:
timeout conn 10:00:00 half-closed 0:10:00 udp 0:02:00 icmp 0:00:02

But this changes nothing.
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by:Pugglewuggle
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Hi there,

Are the hosts trying to talk from one VLAN to another or are they all in the same VLAN? Also, if multiple VLANS, are they all the same security-level or are they different?

Cheers!
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Hello?
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by:wbourguiba
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Hello,

Sorry I was working on another project.
The disconnection is identified in both cases, machine in the same vlan and between machines on different vlan that have the same security level.

thanks.

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Pugglewuggle earned 1500 total points
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interesting...

try

same-security permit intra-interface
same-security permit inter-interface

That will allow traffic between ports in the same vlan and allow traffic between different vlans of the same security level.

Cheers!
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