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  • GETVPN with certificates

    Hi. I have this topology: first KS: router 9 2nd KS: router 4 root CA: router 8 GMs: routers 1,2,3 I have configured R8 as root CA and created trustpoints on all of the other router and authenticate and enroll to that root CA; so I can see the relative certificates on the routers issued by R8. on R9...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by timaz on 04-04-2016
  • GETVPN and Interface ACL order of operations

    Hi, I was trying out GETVPN and I have a simple setup between 3 GETVPN routers. Since for GETVPN, reachability to remote subnets is required due to transport mode and lack of addition header, I thought that to protect the outer interface and ensure that all traffic is actually encrypted to apply an ACL...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by Seyi on 03-29-2016
  • ASA PKI CA and IPSEC VPN

    Hi All, I have an ASA which terminates IPSEC VPN’s from both internal/private networks and from Public/3rd Party networks at the Edge. Can an ASA5500x running IOS9.3.x register (trust points / enrolments) with multiple CA’s ? (Private and Public) For example could I , on one side have an...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by clester on 08-29-2015
  • GRE over IPSEC and SVTI

    Dears, I'm getting a little confused with SVTI and GRE over IPSEC with IPSEC Profiles. 1) Now a SVTI replaces the static crypto map configuration in IOS, and inside the SVTI you would set the tunnel mode to be IPsec ipv4, therefore this eliminates the need to put a static crypto map at the physical...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by AJ23 on 03-08-2015
  • Re: VRF-aware VPN

    Hi Cristian, I know this chain has some months old :) but I will try In a scenario having GREoIPSEC "IVRF" attached the the global VRF is supported !!! but we must use ISAKMP profiles ... correct ? (ipsec control-plane on the FVRF) Thanks Kind regards, Bruno
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by bruno on 12-12-2014
  • Ipsec tunnel reset

    This is a production related issue. I want to reset IPsec VPN tunnel with a specific peer. We've 50+ VPN peers and don't want to impact any other peers except one. I want to reset the tunnel completely- both Phase1 & Phase 2 SAs. Is this command sufficient: asa#clear crypto ipsec sa peer...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by ryanie on 07-23-2013
  • Site-2-Site VPN can only ping one way

    Hello Everyone, I'm having a problem with site-to-site vpn using PIX & FORTINET 60B, If I ping from network behind PIX say "ping 172.21.1.102", it is SUCCESFUL but when I ping from network behind FORTINET it is "Request Timed Out". FORTINET VPN CONFIGS: config vpn ipsec phase1...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by xisark1982 on 05-17-2013
  • IPSEC Site-To-Site VPN

    Hello Everyone, I have a homelab and i configure site-to-site vpn, but the problem is pings are unsuccessful, in configuring this topology i follow this simple steps: Please help if where did i gone wrong with the configuration. I don't use SDM / PDM yet, because I want to know the basic first: Tnx...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by mactej6228 on 05-01-2013
  • Re: How to make IPSEC spoken able to communicate with other spokens through the HUB

    Yes, in order for you to take traffic out of one tunnel and push it into the other spoke's tunnel, you would have to define spoke-to-spoke traffic on the tunnel to each spoke on the hub. Basically, forget for a minute that you are hairpinning this traffic and instead pretend that the traffic from...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by newagequanta on 09-26-2012
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