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comment Cisco ASA Site-to-Site VPN Dropping
Interesting, the ASA in SF thinks the tunnel is down, but the ASA in TO thinks it is up..
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comment Cisco ASA Site-to-Site VPN Dropping
All systems are running 8.4(2) and ASDM 6.4(5). Command outputs are above. Tunnel says that it is up, but no traffic is getting through. No particular reason for disabling dead peer, was just trying things this afternoon.
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comment Cisco ASA Site-to-Site VPN Dropping
Nope, public is fine from both locations.
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comment Cisco ASA - Multiple Public Subnets
According to what I've been told by my colo provider.. "As this subnet has been routed to you, you don't have to setup a new default gateway for this subnet. Traffic will be routed over the same default gateway that you have right now. "
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answered Output of groups different then id
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comment Output of groups different then id
Shows only one, unless I specify the username then it shows both.
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comment Cisco ASA - Configure External Access to a Server
True, but the commands have. And for a newbie it can be hard to translate :-) Anyway, the link I posted did work. I'm loosing my mind, must be the noise in the Colo.
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comment Cisco ASA - Configure External Access to a Server
Also looked at serverfault.com/questions/272086/cisco-asa-nat-8-4 but that doesn't seem to work for me
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comment Cisco ASA - Configure External Access to a Server
Look at that one, it is for ASA 7.x not ASA 8.x