Toshba CIX40 Network eManager VPN

Hello all,

So just a disclaimer, I am not a phone system savvy individual but I will do my best. We have several locations that have a Toshiba STRATA box at their office and we have a Toshiba IP Edge at our corporate office. All of our offices are linked via VPN (Cisco ASA 5505). We have the STRATAs at our branch stores connected to their ASAs and we can ping the unit. However, when firing up Strata Network eManager we are unable to connect to any of the locations. The company that provided the systems tell me it has to be a port issue, but in our VPN settings we have NAT exemptions for all traffic from branch to corporate, so all traffic should be allowed. It should not be a port issue because all traffic is allowed via the NAT exemption.

My question is how can I get eManager to connect? As i said, the IP address from out corp office to the strata is pingable both directions via the VPN. As far as I know the communityName is still default. When we attempt to connect I get:


Any help would be appreciated.
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Dirk MareSystems Engineer (Acting IT Manager)Commented:
We had a similar issue and it was related to natting on a router in my MPLS network.

Example of my network..
Local network connected to Router interface eth3 with Ip MPLS connected to eth1 with ip

Branch office..
Local network connected to Router interface eth3 with Ip MPLS connected to eth1 with ip

Running traceroutes between sites worked great and completed every time with results similar to below..

Hq to branch
Hop 1
Hop 2
Hop 3

Branch to hq
Hop 1
Hop 2
Hop 3

Seems to be working.. But deeper packect inspection I found the when you look at traffic to and from both pbx it was receiving data from a mpls router.. would communicate directly with and when the ..3.246 pbx replied the data went directly to and not to hq router all data was dropped because the mpls router did not know what to do with this data or mpls provider resolved this by disabling the Nat on the mpls router..

We aren't using strata or cisco just very similar issue with a suggestion to capture data to and from your network..


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