ISAKMP (Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol) is part of the IPSEC suite.

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User can access Windows based Apache sites but not linux Apache server over site-to-site VPN

I have a user (Win 7 Pro 64-bit) in a satellite office (10.1.0.0/24) that is trying to access web services in our main office (10.0.0.0/16) over a site-to-site VPN between a a Meraki MX60W and a ...
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VLAN over VPN (ASA 5520)? if not any other options available?

Is it possible to extend the local VLANs to a Remote site connected by IPSEC VPN using ASA 5520 / Cisco 1841 DSL router. can we have many VPN tunnels between the ASAs? (from every VLAN one vpn ...
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vpnc debian configuration for isakmp

i need to connect site-to-site VPN from my debian server i have hosts, peer and isakmp key how should i configure vpnc to use isakmp ? or if you can point me to good vpnc documentation which i ...
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ISAKMP Allows Weak IPsec Encryption Settings (PCI compliance)

I am working on a client's PCI compliance. One of the failing items is: 3.1.5. ISAKMP Allows Weak IPsec Encryption Settings (ipsecweakencryptionsettings) The solution given is: "Modify the ISAKMP ...
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IKE Phase 1 Aggressive Mode exchange does not complete

I've configured a 3G IP Gateway of mine to connect using IKE Phase 1 Aggressive Mode with PSK to my openswan installation running on Ubuntu server 12.04. I've configured openswan as follows: ...
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ipsec IKE phase 1 failure

I have a wireless gateway that supports site-to-site IPSec. I have configured openswan on Ubuntu Server 12.04 (left side of the tunnel) with the following /etc/ipsec.conf: version 2.0 config setup ...
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Sending L2tp/IPsec PSK client packets to OpenSwan server

I'm trying (kind of) to create VPN client, I set my server on Ubuntu using OpenSwan (L2tp/IPsec PSK). What I'm doing right now is sending packets to my server and trying to exchange my keys with the ...
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Is there a way of setting an MTU lower for traffic destined to a specific IP address on Cisco ASA?

I have a number of VPN sites where the MTU is lower than standard (1500). I have had at least one site where fragmentation of packets has had an effect on the success of building an IPSEC tunnel. ...