I am using Avaya VPN client & when I am getting connected succesfully to IPSec VPN Server, it is showing in status that IP NAT-Transversal is active on port 10001. In this case my IP is behind the NAPT router. When I am checking the logs, it shows that the request from my IP has gone through port 10001 (UDP) & hist server IP on port 10001 (UDP).
But in some cases when the request from my IP is going through any other port than 10001 & hit server on port 500, I am not getthing authenticated for VPN. So, I am understanding that for my VPN connection, the requested has to be go on port 10001 of VPN Server and port 10001 of client.
Please suggest how I can force every IPSec request to my VPN server to hit on port 10001 (UDP) so that i will not face any issue.
To participate in this event, please use the button to ask your questions
* Note: The link to join the discussion will be activated on March 8
All the knowledge of these four experts at your disposal!
Cisco Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN...
Community Live- ISR1100X-4G and ISR1100X-6G Platform Overview and Architecture
(Live event - Tuesday, 23 March, 2021 at 10:00 am Pacific/ 1:00 pm Eastern / 7:00 pm Paris)-
This event will have place on Tuesday 23rd, March 2021 at 10:00 hrs PDT&...
Cisco Secure Network Access is helping IT to bridge the gap between what is essential to the business and what the network delivers and to build the next-generation campus network for an unplugged and uninterrupted experience.
Learn more about how these w...
(view in My Videos)
Community Live- New Additions to the Catalyst 8000 Family
(Live event - Tuesday, 23 February, 2021 at 10:00 am Pacific/ 1:00 pm Eastern / 7:00 pm Paris)-
This event had place on Tuesday 23rd, February 2021 at 10:00 hrs PDT...
This event had place on Tuesday 23rd, February 2021 at 10hrs PDT
Designed for an intent-based network, the Cisco Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms family offers best-in-class networking and security combined. The platforms, available in b...