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Edit an existing Cisco L2L vpn

Posted on 2014-09-03
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I have two cisco routers that currently connect to a central device, the central device is being removed so I need to adjust the VPN's at the two remaining sites so that they can VPN to each other.  

Can I have some tips on how to edit or if needs be remove/recreate the current VPN's using the CLI

Also any user friendly guides with the actual syntax would be good  - Thanks
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If you are looking for CLI examples, the best bet is to post the cleansed config from the remaining routers so we can see what adjustments need to be made.
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As attached - as mentioned in the original question they were originally both going to the same central router which allowed connectivity then to each other

Now this central site is moving I need them to talk to each other both ways

Any more info let me know
Company-A.txt
Company-B.txt
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Any help with this, I have gone through the configs on both sides and made the necessary changes, everything is equal at each side and I have pings going from each side (from internal PC's) but the VPN isn't even initiating

Nothing in sh crypto isakmp sa

Running a debug but no info so far?
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Got this sorted by completely removing the old VPN's and following the below article - all working well now.

http://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0000933.htm
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Glad you got it working.  Sorry I couldn't get to the configs for you.
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Fixed issue myself
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