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ASA5505 to PIX501 IPSec VPN Tunnel

Working on a new site which had a previously configured VPN tunnel. The WAN addressing on the PIX side had changed, so we went through CLI and updated accordingly. For whatever reason the actual tunnel did not come back up, so we attempted re-configuration on the ASA side. Relevant onfig information is attached, any guidance would be greatly appreciated. If any additional information may be required, please let me know
Thanks in advance,
ASA5505.txt
PIX501.txt
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
So all that changed was the external IP on one side?

Before we dig through configs what do the following commands tell you?

show crypto isakmp sa

show vpn-sessiondb l2l
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
Diggi,
This task has been put on hold temporarily but I will still be checking the above listed commands and getting back to you within a day or so. I appreciate the prompt response!
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
No worries. The above commands will tell you the status of the tunnels. If you can post the output here, removing any confidential data, that would be great.
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
Points rewarded for prompt response. VPN tunnel no longer needs to be established.
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
Thank you!
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