The situation of having VPN traffic entering and exiting the same ASA interface is called VPN Hairpinning (or “VPN on a stick”). Scenarios like the above are useful in situations where you want to have centralized control of all Internet access (for hosts in the main site and for hosts in remote branch sites as well).
Site to Site IPSec VPN setup between SonicWall and Cisco ASA firewall. 03/26/2020 194 37573. DESCRIPTION: When configuring a Site-to-Site VPN tunnel in SonicOS Enhanced firmware using Main Mode both the SonicWall appliances and Cisco ASA firewall (Site A and Site B) must have a routable Static WAN IP address. Network Setup In the example illustrated in Figure 2-28, the remote-access VPN clients are using the Cisco AnyConnect client; however, clientless SSL VPN is also supported.. Figure 2-29 illustrates how two Cisco ASAs with FirePOWER modules are deployed in the headquarters office in New York (ASA 1) and a branch office in Raleigh, North Carolina (ASA 2), establishing a site-to-site IPsec VPN tunnel. Jan 15, 2019 · I have a Cisco ASA 5505 with users connecting remotely via AnyConnect. I have it configured to tunnel DNS through the VPN and that works but what I would like to configure is ALL traffic to be routed through the VPN when users are connected. I captured the traffic and noticed that it's only DNS currently going through. I have a new Cisco ASA-5506-X. I have installed the latest ASA and ADSM software. I am trying to configure VPN setup to allow connections from Windows 7 and Windows 10 clients with out having to install VPN client software on the Windows clients. For that reason L2TP/IPSEC remote access VPN seems to be the way to go.
Petes-ASA> enable Password: ***** Petes-ASA# configure terminal Petes-ASA(config)# management-access inside 2. Post version 8.3 you also need to have the route-lookup keyword on the end of the NAT statement (the one that stops the remote VPN subnet being NATTED ).
Sep 26, 2018 · ASA VPN Troubleshooting. Yesterday, I assisted with troubleshooting ASA VPN issues. A local ASA needed to build a site-to-site (aka L2L) IPSec VPN tunnel to a non-ASA third-party. The tunnel was not coming up. The config all appeared to be there, and the third-party said their config was in place too. It’s time to troubleshoot. The big question here is, can the ASA NAT the source address of a particular host coming across a VPN tunnel (Outside Interface) going to my (Inside interface). If so it will allow me to control the customers host IP address such that it will never overlap I hope I made sense here, if I need to draw a diagram and can do one quickly. The external company's vpn is using IPSec over TCP on port 57369. When my user tries to connect it fails. The logs on my ASA show the following. Deny TCP (no connection) from 172.x.x.x/1155 to 167.x.x.x/57369 flags RST on interface Inside. How do I allow this traffic through my ASA? Thanks! Jun 26, 2020 · Group policy and per-user authorization ACLs still apply to the traffic—By default, the ASA allows VPN traffic to terminate on an ASA interface; you do not need to allow IKE or ESP (or other types of VPN packets) in an access rule.
The big question here is, can the ASA NAT the source address of a particular host coming across a VPN tunnel (Outside Interface) going to my (Inside interface). If so it will allow me to control the customers host IP address such that it will never overlap I hope I made sense here, if I need to draw a diagram and can do one quickly.
set vpn ipsec esp-group FOO0 lifetime 3600 set vpn ipsec esp-group FOO0 pfs disable set vpn ipsec esp-group FOO0 proposal 1 encryption aes128 set vpn ipsec esp-group FOO0 proposal 1 hash sha1. 5. Define the remote peering address (replace