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Discussion in 'Networking' started by aduraaziz, Jan 7, 2013.

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  1. aduraaziz

    aduraaziz Thread Starter

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    Hai guys,

    I'm very newbie to Cisco ASA. We have setup vpn site-to-site.we have 2 site..one is at cyberjaya and one site is at shah alam..

    the vpn from cyberjaya to shah alam established successfully, but reversely , unsuccessfull...we are using vpn client

    the error is like this

    secure vpn connection terminated locally by the client
    reason 412 : the remote peer is no longer responding

    please help me
     
  2. dannyn

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    A few things:
    1) We are going to need the configs of both sides.
    2) If I understand you correctly, you said you did a site to site. If you did a site to site why are you using a VPN client? Are you talking about the easy VPN?
    3) Did you try using ASDM to create the configs, or did you do them by hand?
     
  3. aduraaziz

    aduraaziz Thread Starter

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    Hai danny , thanks for the reply

    1)i can't give u the config as it is client confidential
    2)i means ipsec-vpn
    3)what do u means
     
  4. dannyn

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    1) Unfortunately with out the configs I am not too sure that we are going to be able to help you much.
    2) Right, but if you have site to site they use IPsec to connect the two sides the two sites should be connecting to each other using IPsec correct, but why isn't your client on the ASA?
    3)Self Help: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6121/index.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGbsQJOxjsI

    Also which version are you running. Cisco recently redid the way the devices do NAT which effects your project immensely, so you will need to do it the proper way for your installation.
     
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