I'm trying to setup a VPN L2L using IKEv2. The tunnel is not up and I'm receiving this logs:
Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-5-752003: Tunnel Manager dispatching a KEY_ACQUIRE message to IKEv2. Map Tag = VPN. Map Sequence Number = 11. Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-4-752011: IKEv1 Doesn't have a transform set specified Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-5-750001: Local:126.96.36.199:500 Remote:188.8.131.52:500 Username:Unknown Received request to establish an IPsec tunnel; local traffic selector = Address Range: 172.16.0.71-172.16.0.71 Protocol: 0 Port Range: 0-65535 ; remote traffic selector = Address Range: 10.1.113.254-10.1.113.254 Protocol: 0 Port Range: 0-65535 Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-4-751015: Local:0.0.0.0:0 Remote:0.0.0.0:0 Username:Unknown SA request rejected by CAC. Reason: IN-NEGOTIATION SA LIMIT REACHED Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-4-752012: IKEv2 was unsuccessful at setting up a tunnel. Map Tag = VPN. Map Sequence Number = 11. Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-3-752015: Tunnel Manager has failed to establish an L2L SA. All configured IKE versions failed to establish the tunnel. Map Tag= VPN. Map Sequence Number = 11. Sep 30 2019 16:02:11: %ASA-7-752002: Tunnel Manager Removed entry. Map Tag = VPN. Map Sequence Number = 11.
I search about this logs but the information is not very usefull.
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