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From my ISP, my connection goes to an ASA-5505 and then on to my UC540. Behind the UC540 is a Windows server running DHCP. I want VPN users that connect to the ASA-5505 to get IP addresses from the Windows server.
I had this working last week after a few hours of digging and for some reason, it isn't working now. (I think I did a "copy start run" on the UC540)
The ASA is reporting "Cannot obtain an IP address for remote peer"
What do I need to do on each device to make this work for an IPSEC VPN?
Thanks in advance!
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group-policy RemoteAccess_Group attributes dhcp-network-scope 192.168.9.0 tunnel-group RemoteAccess_Group general-attributes authentication-server-group WindowsIAS default-group-policy RemoteAccess_Group dhcp-server 192.168.9.1 no vpn-addr-assign aaa no vpn-addr-assign local
If you performed a copy start run then you copied your startup config OVER your running config. I hope you did not save anything after that. Try rebooting to semi-recover your UC540, and then run a ping test from the ASA to the DHCP server. If that does not work, then check that your ip routing is still good and that your firewall/NAT settings are removed from the UC.
If the ASA cannot get to the server (I suspect this to be true) then make sure you are not blocking traffic through the 540. I would be willing to bet that the copy start run is what hosed up your configuration. Use CCA to delete the NAT rules and firewall settings. Please report your findings.
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