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I'm building a dual firewall solution for exchange.Currently, I also have people connecting VPN to the PIX 515E.Internet ==vpn== 5505 == LANLooking to set upPIX515E ==dmz== Edge server == ASA 5505 == LANIn a setup like this, which device should I hav...

Hello Experts,      I have noticed and tested that Cisco IPSEC VPN IKEV1 works well through an IPSEC tunnel. However cisco IPSEC IKEV2 with AnyConnect fails to establish when passing through an IPSEC tunnel. What are the differences in protocols and ...

rdianat by Level 1
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Cisco Client 5.0.07.0410 trying to vpn into my 851 using easy vpn to accesws my windows 2003 domain resourcesthe client fails with 412 error using transport Ipsec over UDP (NAT/ PAT)tried IPSEC over tcp port 10000Turned off firewall use Kaspersky Int...

Currently we are using a Windows 2003 Server with VPN Sever Role for VPN Access and my users use the built in VPN connection with Windows client. In the past few weeks we upgraded our router/firewall to CISCO ASA5510. My understanding is that I get 1...

bluem9000 by Level 1
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Hi,If u can help me that would be great.I have two site with SA540Site A:- i have a public Ip x.x.x.x with Lan ip 192.168.0.1Site B :- i have Broadband router with dyndns to which SA540 is connecte with WAN Ip 192.168.1.1The lan ip 192.168.2.1.which ...

Thanks for reading!This is probably a dump question so bear with me...I have set up a VPN connection with a Cisco ASA 5505 fronting internet, with the customers environment behind it (on the same subnet), When connected ot the VPN I can reach the in...

I am trying to pass Traffic thru the IPSEC tunnel but it does not work  ([Cisco Router 892] <---> [Cisco ASA 5510] <---> [Cisco Router 892]) The Cisco ASA 5510 doesn't pass traffic  UDP=500 & UDP=4500 ports...

Need a little direction here.Our office currently connects to two remote offices via IPSEC LAN-to-LAN tunnels.Tunnel 1 (Office 1 to Datacenter): 10.2.0.0/16 (remote office 1) <-> 10.1.128.0/19 (datacenter)Tunnel 2 (Office 2 to Datacenter): 10.1.60.0/...

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Hello, I have two sites setup with a  gateway to gateway VPN. Both gateways are RV042s. I have a resource on Site B ( a VoIP Phone Switch) that needs to be accessed thru Site A.Question: Does the RV042s support port forwarding thru the VPN tunnel?I h...

daprogra1 by Level 1
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