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Questions relating to IPSEC VPN configuration, operation and troubleshooting specifically.

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There is a difference in syntax how NAT is configured on pre ASA v8.3 and newer versions. Please see examples below, or just use older version of ASDM matching your software on ASA.
answered Feb 20 '18 by Datagram.Network
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: Detects if both ends support NAT-T Detects NAT devices along the transmission path (NAT-Discovery) If NAT-T is enabled and client is behind NAT, then NAT-T is used no NAT exists, then Native IPsec
answered Feb 10 '17 by Datagram.Network
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Packet which is sent from and to protected subnets will be encapsulated by strongswan. If traffic is not matching criteria won't be encapsulated. Try to generate ping from interface which is included …
answered Aug 9 '16 by Datagram.Network
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01:30:4d:ff:ff:ff seems to be a broadcast destined for ESI PBX. Routers doesn't forward broadcast packets between diffrent broadcast domains. My guess is that both phone and PBX system needs to be i …
answered Aug 9 '16 by Datagram.Network