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We're trying to establish a site to site vpn between a RV215W (firmware version 18.104.22.168) and an ASA5510 (ASA 8.2(3)). The ASA currently has 5 other IPSec VPN tunnels running. It sure does look like I've dotted all my "i's" and crossed all my "t's" with respect to both sides of the tunnel. What I'm seeing from the 5510 is that there is some sort of communication between the two devices but there is no IPSec tunnel established and no traffic is getting beyond either device. It shows the RV215W connected but 0 bytes Tx and 0 bytes Rx.
From the RV215W side of things it shows an IPSec SA not established. The protocol is IKE and the encryption used is 3des. Both sides have the same preshare key and are using the same settings. From each device I can ping the public IP address of the other, but I get no further. I believe I have ACL's set up to allow traffic from both internal networks. (although I may not - I'm hardly a Cisco guru, just fumbling my way through this...)
Any guidance/direction would be greatly appreciated.
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