AnyConnect acl

Hi gurus network

I can't find anywhere how ACL my anyconnect customer traffic

A vpn filter people Speek. But I can't find the option in ADSM 6.3 (1)

The only option that is similar to this is access remote VPN\Clientless SSL VPN Access\Group policies\General\More Options\web acl

I'm afraid that this applies only to traffic through the web portal, because it has no effect on my AnyConnect clients. I want only to block traffic smtp tcp/25 of my clients, so only need 1 or 2 lines

I looked at this page http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a0080641a52.shtml but it is an old ADSM used in the example.

Can anyone lead me on my way?

Thank you

Advertisement

I just took a screenshot on AMPS 6.4 (later). It might be a bit different on your version, but the menu should stay just the same.

The vpn-filter command is to use in the CLI in the configuration group.

Simply edit the group policy that is used by your anyconnect profile so that you can set an IP filter.

I hope this helps.

Tags: Cisco Security

Similar Questions

  • AnyConnect customer to destination site to site

    Would like some general information for configuration 2 ASAs connected over the VPN site-to site and have then remote AnyConnect client to connect to the site of the end.

    The two ASAs are set up for the site-to-site VPNs as shown in the enclosed drawing.  Guests on each LAN segment can ping through the tunnel from site to site.

    One of the ASAs acts also as an endpoint endpoint for customers AnyConnect.  AnyConnect remote users can see items on the 192.168.1.X subnet that is shown on the seal (and elements behind the router not shown) successfully.  Apart from the interface of the ASAs are the endpoints for all the cyrpto.

    Where I am wrong configures the ASAs so users remote AnyConnect sees the 192.168.2.X network and general guidelines is appreciated.

    Few things: these IPs aren't my IPs production and do not want to include output config.  No other than static routing routing is configured between ASAs and layer-3 systems.  For users in the 192.168.1.X subnet their default gateway is configured to be the router 192.168.1.1.  For users of the 192.168.2.X network their default gateway is configured to be the ASA 192.168.2.1.  Attached diagram shows generally how I am and what I want to accomplish.

    What I think I need is:

    A static route on ASA 192.168.2.1 to 192.168.102.0/24 network to? inside the interface of 192.168.1.254?

    Exemption on the two ASAs for the remote user to/from the network 192.168.2.X NAT traffic.

    If you can comment, point me to examples of online configuration or comments, it would be appreciated.

    Hello

    If I understand correctly, you must allow the AnyConnect customer (that connect to the ASA) communicate through the IPsec tunnel to the other ASA and reach 192.168.2.x

    What you need to do is in the crypto ACL of the tunnel-a Site to include another AS with the 192.168.102.x (which is the AnyConnect customer pool).

    Also, on the split tunneling AnyConnect ACL (if you use split tunneling), include the network remote 192.168.2.x).

    Example:

    Let '; s say it's your ACL split of the tunnel for the AnyConnect customer

    list of allowed shared access ip 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.102.0 255.255.255.0

    Thus, you must also include:

    list of allowed shared access ip 192.168.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.102.0 255.255.255.0

    Let's say you have this ACL as the crypto ACL for the tunnel from Site to Site

    license of crypto list to access ip 192.168.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0

    Then, add this line:

    license of crypto list to access ip 192.168.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.102.0 255.255.255.0

    To allow the ASA redirect back on the same interface traffic it receives, you add

    permit same-security-traffic intra-interface

    In addition, check the NAT configuration in order to include these networks as a result.

    Hope that makes sense, let's know us any question.

    Federico.

  • After disconnection of the ACL AnyConnect not honored on ISA550W

    Once I have disconnect a session SSL - VPN (AnyConnect), the firewall blocks WAN > LAN traffic. I navigate to the firewall > access control > rules ACL page and click on the Reset button for the ISA550W to honor the rules.

    Hi Eric,.

    Thanks for providing this information.  We have been able to reproduce it here.  You can open a case with HWC so we can work on that with you?

    Let me know if you have problems opening a case with HWC.

    Thank you

    Brandon

  • ASA5520 and ACS 4.0 - AnyConnect WebVPN (Clientless SSL Tunnel) does not downloadable ACLs (DACL)

    I'm having a lot of problems called "Clientless SSL-Tunnel" AnyConnect VPN sessions - i.e. those that are enacted by visit https:// via a browser, and let the Java/ActiveX plugin will automatically run Fat Client AnyConnect VPN for you - downloadable ACL honor.

    Our installation is integrated via RADIUS Cisco ACS 4.0.

    Dynamic group-> connection profile strategy seems to work for either (direct according to AnyConnect VPN Client heavy or indirectly via a browser-> /Java Client ActiveX), however, our only downloadable ACL take affect if the user instantiates the SSL VPN via AnyConnect VPN Client Fat; first of all, users who access the site through the "Browser-> https://" route seem to have no ACLs applied to all?

    I understand that I can change the custom "Cisco VPN/3000/etc" parameters RADIUS, such as 'WebVPN-filters' and 'WebVPN-Access-List' to apply an ACL configured locally on the firewall of the SAA, but what I have to configure to make the sessions ' WebVPN/Clientless-SSL-Tunnel"to honor the DACL that sends our ACS?

    It is a known problem with some Software ASA Versions see bug cisco CSCtv19046 - DACL is not applied to acre during connection via the Web portal. You probably need to update your ASA 8.4 (4.1) or a later version.

  • ACL and anyconnect ssl vpn

    Hello world

    I was testing the few things at my lab at home.

    PC - running ssl vpn - sw - router - ISP - ASA (anyconnect ssl)

    AnyConnect ssl works very well and I am also able to access the internet.

    I use full tunnel

    I have ACLs on the external interface of the ASA

    1 True any     any   intellectual property Deny 0 By default   []

    I know that the ACL is used to traffic passing by ASA.

    I need to understand the flow of traffic for internet via ssl vpn access. ?

    Concerning

    MAhesh

    As you correctly say, the ACL interface is not important for that because the VPN traffic is not inspected by the ACL. Of the at least not by default.

    You can control the traffic with a different ACL that is applied to the group policy with the command "vpn-filter". And of course you need a NAT rule that translates your traffic when running to the internet. This rule should work on the pair of interface (outside, outside).

  • IPsec vpn and Anyconnect is denied by the ACL (unknown)

    I am trying to configure IPsec VPN and I used the wizard of asdm (asdm version 8.4, ASA version 8.4). At the moment he is not in production and is in a test environment. Whenever I try to VPN in I get an error on the asdm syslog saying "TCP access denied by ACL from x.x.x.122 to outside:x.x.x.225/443. So I allowed all VPN traffic to this IP address that is currently the IP address as the external interface. My acl is as follows:

    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any interface outside eq https

    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any host x.x.x.225 eq https

    Access-group outside_in in external interface

    Yet, I still get the same exact error. The strange thing about this error is that it does not give me the specific ACL that denies access. There is no other access lists that could possibly block this traffic.

    No idea what could be the cause this problem because I am confused.

    So far, if you have configured following does not require an acl.

    ciscoasa(config)#webvpn

    ciscoasa(config-webvpn)#enable outside

    ciscoasa(config-webvpn)#svc enable

    You can post configuration here someone can have a look on that.

    Thanks

    Ajay



  • ACL rule does not work after the SSL VPN connection

    Hello

    I have the following configuration:

    -VLAN LAN (192.168.5.0/24)

    -VLAN WLAN (192.168.20.0/24)

    -SSL VPN VLAN (192.168.200.0/24)

    Default policy denies access to the local network. If the value rule ACL to allow traffic between WLAN and LAN. Works very well.

    Now I connect with AnyConnect and access resources on the network VLAN. Works.

    After you have disconnected the VPN I can't access the LAN to WLAN VLAN. If I disable the ACL rule and turn it back on, it works again until someone connects with SSL VPN.

    I use firmware 1.2.15. Any ideas when this bug fixed?

    Kind regards

    Simon

    HI Simon,.

    This bug will be fixed in 1.2.16.

    I don't know the exact date for the release.

    But it should be out soon. If you need the fix sooner,

    Please open a case of pension.

    Kind regards

    Wei

  • Rules ACL ISA550W "hanging".

    Hey guys, I use an ISA550W with firmware firmware 1.2.15 on it.  I have a handful of interfaces LAN configured, whose two operating as DMZ (but I don't see the point to configure as a DMZ?)-see attached for more details.

    So far, it works great, but every now and then the only ACL rule I added manually stops working and the cup of my local network Mgmt OOB access.  If I "Reset" of the table of the ACL, the rule immediately starts to work again and access is restored.

    Has anyone else seen elsewhere?  Other options for sanitation?

    Thank you

    Phil

    Hi Phil,

    We saw some problems with AnyConnect affecting the ACL.  The good new s 1.2.17 has just been published.  Please go to 1.2.17 and test to see if that helps.

    Let me know if you have any questions in this regard.

    Thank you

    Brandon

  • IOS anyconnect vpn group lock and user restrictions

    Dear Experts,

    I now have two questions about cisco IOS vpn on ISR G2:

    1 is it possible to lock user group in IOS anyconnect VPN we can do in ASA? If so, can someone share the steps for her?

    2 - a customer wishes to restrict the anyconnect user login as it might turn the connection to the user on request. That is to say whenever the user wants to connect via vpn to ask the administrator to allow connection. can we do without deleting the username and create again?

    the other may be on ASA or IOS.

    Please see this guide:

    http://www.Cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/iOS-easy-VPN/117634-c...

    As he points out, "for the Cisco IOS group-lock and the ipsec: use vpn-group, it only works for IPSec (the easy VPN server)." In order to group-lock specific users in specific contexts of WebVPN (and strategies Group attached), authentication domains should be used. »

    If you lock a user to a policy that authenticates, but does provide real access permissions (say an ACL that blocks all traffic to the private network) then you have essentially made their ability to non-functional connection.

    If you use an external AAA server (for example, RADIUS or LDAP), then you can move in and out of the group which is authorized without disable VPN access / delete their account altogether.

  • AnyConnect dynamic address pool

    It is possible using DAP to assign the different address for anyconnect users pool?

    Currently, I check if the PC has some elements such as process, save the key and activated applications.

    If yes-> ACL using "allow normal access.

    Is not-> ACL uses 'access '.

    That works, but two computers uses the pool of customer addresses defined in the configuration of the Tunnel

    tunnel-group remoteaccess General attributes
    remoteaccess-pool1 address pool

    It is possible to also dynamically set the address pool?

    If yes-> ACL using 'Allow normal access' & 'remoteaccess-pool1'

    SE not-> 'Access restricted' ACL uses & "remoteaccess-pool2.

    Thank you!

    Rolando A. Valenzuela.

    Hello Rolando,

    Correct than me if I'm wrong, based on the computer (the domain to which it belongs) that you want to map to some Grouppolicy, which has some qualities as the pool of addresses, and that way you can establish a distinction, one area to the other, let's say:
    (Admins/domain gets the address pool of 10.10.10.0/24)
    (Suppliers/field gets the address pool of 10.20.20.0/24)

    Based on this I will give you my recommendations, if you want to do it based on the computer and not the user, I recommend you to get all the computers in the same group of users in Active Directory, so if you have a group of users (Admin / domain group) you can add computers, and with the LDAP Mapping attribute you can map based on membership in a specific political group in this way, all computers that use of Admin users, will be assigned to a group policy with several attributes, such as the Pool of local IP, if users don't below any of the advertised groups, they will not be able to connect either, because you will need create a group policy NO ACCESSIBLE to be used for users who should not connect You can find more information here:

    - http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/asa-5500-x-series-nex...

    Another medium, will be filtering the PC based on the MAC address, YES this function uses a regular expression to match the organizational (YES) the unique identifier that will allow the PC connect so those that match the program defined in the regular expression with Regex LUA , this is possible, you can find this regular expression, for example :

    assert(function ()    local pattern = "^d067\.e5*"    local true_on_match = true
    
        local match = false    for k,v in pairs(endpoint.device.MAC) do        print(k)        match = string.find(k, pattern)        if (match) then            if (true_on_match) then                return true            else return (false)            end        end    endend)()
    If the PC is HP or Dell, you can use the MAC address YES part and set it there and allow the user to connect, and the user peuvent then be mapped with the Protocol LDAP attribute mapping to a group policy so they will be able to connect with a different IP address. (DAP cannot assign IP address), it's a dynamic access policy that works with HostScan Module of Posture to do a preliminary assessment and as he says unit of Posture, NOTE: PAH itself gives you the ability to filter by individual MAC address, so you don't need to do it by YES, this is common for large companies that have a large amount of users , so they prefer to make Yes that is easier, but you can set the MAC address of another way will be to use another regular expression so DAP can examine the first 3 letters (Case Insensitive) of the PC and then allow it to connect if it matches the regex, if it's not, the connection ends, you can find the regular expression here :
    assert(function()    local match_pattern = "^[Mm][Ss][Vv]"         -> Those are the 3 first letters    local match_value   = endpoint.device.hostname  --> Specifying hostname      if (type(match_value) == "string") then        if (string.find(match_value, match_pattern) ~= nil) then            return true        end    elseif (type(match_value) == "table") then        local k,v        for k,v in pairs(match_value) do            if (string.find(v, match_pattern) ~= nil) then                return true            end        end    end    return falseend)()
    In addition to regular expressions of LUA:- http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/asa-5500-x-series-nex... To do this you must License Premium AnyConnect (then Yes you can use the default two value that comes with the ASA). Also, you must have image CSD or Hostscan in ASA and activated so that you can get that kind of information about the computers that connects the AnyConnect. You can use the AnyConnect image like hostscan image. (do not forget to activate the attributes of endpoint through Deputy Ministers, DEPUTIES of the section of the CSD, otherwise it won't work). The previous mentioned is good options for you to explore, but it will not be very scalable (depending on number of users), so I recommend than a registry key with check check "Domain name" or file would work well but its your CUs call if he wants to still check MAC or not. Please do not forget to rate and score as correct this message if it helped, keep me posted! Best regards, David Castro,
  • Cannot ping the Anyconnect client IP address to LAN

    Hi guys,.

    I have an old ASA5520 running 9.1 (6) 8 where I installed Anyconnect SSL split tunneling access:

    See establishing group policy enforcement
    attributes of Group Policy DfltGrpPolicy
    VPN-tunnel-Protocol ikev1, ikev2 clientless ssl

    lanwan-gp group policy internal
    gp-lanwan group policy attributes
    WINS server no
    DNS server no
    VPN - connections 1
    client ssl-VPN-tunnel-Protocol
    Split-tunnel-policy tunnelspecified
    Split-tunnel-network-list value lanwan-acl
    by default no
    WebVPN
    AnyConnect value lanwan-profile user type profiles

    permit for line lanwan-acl access-list 1 standard 172.16.0.0 255.254.0.0 (hitcnt = 48) 0xb5bbee32

    Now I can ping, RDP, etc. of any VPN host connected to any destination within 172.16.0.0 255.254.0.0 range.

    Here is my routing information:

    See the road race
    Route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 69.77.43.1 1
    Route inside 172.16.0.0 255.254.0.0 172.25.8.1 1

    interface GigabitEthernet0/1
    nameif inside
    security-level 100
    IP 172.25.8.4 255.255.254.0

    But I can't ping any Anyconnect VPN client connected from my LAN.

    See the establishment of performance ip local pool

    mask IP local pool lanwan-pool 172.25.9.8 - 172.25.9.15 255.255.254.0

    Here's the traceroute of LAN:

    C:\Users\Florin>tracert d 172.25.9.10

    Determination of the route to 172.25.9.10 with a maximum of 30 hops

    1 1 ms<1 ms="" 1="" ms="">
    2<1 ms="" *=""><1 ms="">
    3 * the request exceeded.
    4 * request timed out.

    While the ASA routing table has good info:

    show route | I have 69.77.43.1

    S 172.25.9.10 255.255.255.255 [1/0] via 69.77.43.1, outdoors

    Other things to mention:

    -There is no other FW between LAN and the ASA

    -There is no FW or NAT configured or enabled on this ASA(see her running nat and see the race group-access they return all two virgins).

    -FW Windows on the Anyconnect workstation is disabled (the service is running). I also tested and able to ping to my workstation Anyconnect House of another device on the same network.

    So, I'm left with two questions:

    1. first a I do not understand: after reading some threads here, I added this line standard lanwan-acl access-list allowed 69.77.43.0 255.255.255.0

    out of ping and tracert commands remains the same, but now I can RDP to the docking station VPN connected to any workstation LAN;

    What happens here?

    2. how can I do ICMP work after all? I also tried fixup protocol icmp and icmp Protocol Error Correction, still no luck

    Thanks in advance,

    Florin.

    Hi Florin,

    The entire production is clear enough for me

    in debugging, you can see that traffic is constituent of the ASA

    "Inside ICMP echo request: 172.17.35.71 outside: 172.25.9.9 ID = 22 seq = 14024 len = 32.

    the SAA can be transferred on or can be a downfall for some reason unknow

    can we have a wireshark capture on the vpn client to see if the icmp request is to reach the customer? I want to just isolate the problem of fw so that we can concentrate on the ASA rather than silly windows ;) fw

    made the RDP Protocol for VPN client for you inside the LAN work?

    run logging on ASA and ping and then inside to VPN client and the Coachman connects on the firewall, if ASA comes down the pkt it will appear in the log.

    loggon en
    debug logging in buffered memory

    #sh logging buffere | in icmp

    #Rohan

  • Cisco ASA 5510 - restrictions of VPN (AnyConnect) based on the AD user or IP address

    Hello

    I want to test how to restrict access user on an ASA 5510 AnyConnect. In politics, I can define what networks will go through the VPN tunnel and which not (split tunneling). The ASA has a LDAP connection and only AD users with a special security group can connect over AnyConnect.
    On the other hand I would like to restrict access for special users within a VPN policy.

    So my question:
    What are your recommendations to implement this szenario?

    My two ideas would be:
    1. the access rules based on the user of the AD.
    2. special reserve IP addresses in the pool of addresses AnyConnect for some users, so I can limit access to the normal firewall rules base based on the source IP address.

    What are your recommendations and is it possible to realize my ideas (and how)?

    Thanks in advance

    Best regards

    Hello

    I will suggest that you configure a second ad group in the server and another group strategy in the ASA, you can configure certain access on each group policy "the installer of the filters, assign different split political tunnel, different ACL' and in the ad server, you can assign users for example to the AD Group A and AD Group B based on the access you want to give them now , you must configure LDAP mapping to assign the user specific group policy that you want based on the AD group that they belong.

    You can follow this documentation that will help you configure the LDAP Mapping:

    http://www.Cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/ASA-5500-x-series-NEX...

    Best regards, please rate.

  • ASA Anyconnect with PBR

    Hello

    We have a customer who upgraded his ASA to version 9.5.1 and now wants to use ACB for users connected by Anyconnect.
    Today, ASA is configured with an ACL filter which local networks is only allowed in the Tunnel.
    We tried to use the ACB in order to put all traffic through the Tunnel and the next another device on the side break LAN.

    AnyConnect Network: 172.18.18.0/24
    LAN network: 172.18.16.0/24
    Default to use for the anyconnect customer gateway: 172.18.16.202

    It was created an ACL standard for traffic of correspondence 172.18.18.0, a road map which next-hop is 172.18.16.202 and applied to the external interface.

    Gateway 172.18.16.202 knows that net 172.18.18.0/24 is on ASA (static route)

    It is my understanding no? I have configured as indicated above, but did not work.

    Kind regards

    Regis

    Hi Regis,

    If you want to send all Anyconnect traffic to a specific host on the LAN site (next hop), you can use the 'tunnel route' function instead of the ACB.

    Check more information below:

    http://www.Cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/ASA-5500-x-series-next-generation-firewalls/112182-SSL-TDG-config-example-00.html

    It may be useful

    -Randy-

  • AnyConnect Assistant, traffic will not work

    I am in the process of establishing an ASA with anyconnect for someone and rather perplexed.

    Have used the anyconnect Wizard and everything seems fine, I can connect to the ASA 5505 of the House, but my internet no longer works and I can't reach anything inside network (172.16.0.0)

    I set up a tunnel of split in policy (using the GUI) and made a list of access of 172.16.0.0. This has no effect. I have to specify the range of pool VPN as well in this access list? the VPN range for customers is 192.168.145.0

    I get an IP in that range when I log in, but my print road, default for internet 0.0.0.0 route is out of my ethernet interface as usual, with a metric of 20, there's another road for internet 0.0.0.0 default but that points to my interface anyconnect with a metric of 2.

    That would explain why my internet does not work when connected, there is also a road to 172.16.0.0, but this does not indicate the address of interface anyconnect. He points again to my ethernet interface. what I am doing wrong?

    1. make sure that you allow subnets behind site B in the list of split tunnel (as applicable)

    2 create a rule of exemption nat (outdoors, outdoor)

    3. make sure that you have the same security permitted intra-interface traffic

    4 leave the anyconnect subnet in the encryption, ACLs on site A and B

  • ASA Anyconnect VPN do not work or download the VPN client

    I have a Cisco ASA 5505 that I try to configure anyconnect VPN and thought, I've changed my setup several times but trying to access my static public IP address of the external IP address to download the image, I am not able to. Also when I do a package tracer I see he has been ignored through the acl when the packets from side to the ASA via port 443, it drops because of the ACL. My DMZ so will he look like something trying to access the ASA via the VPN's going to port 443. Here is my config

    XXXX # sh run
    : Saved
    :
    ASA Version 8.4 (3)
    !
    hostname XXXX
    search for domain name
    activate pFTzVNrKdD9x5rhT encrypted password
    zPBAmb8krxlXh.CH encrypted passwd
    names of
    !
    interface Ethernet0/0
    Outside-interface description
    switchport access vlan 20
    !
    interface Ethernet0/1
    Uplink DMZ description
    switchport access vlan 30
    !
    interface Ethernet0/2
    switchport access vlan 10
    !
    interface Ethernet0/3
    switchport access vlan 10
    !
    interface Ethernet0/4
    Ganymede + ID description
    switchport access vlan 10
    switchport monitor Ethernet0/0
    !
    interface Ethernet0/5
    switchport access vlan 10
    !
    interface Ethernet0/6
    switchport access vlan 10
    !
    interface Ethernet0/7
    Description Wireless_AP_Loft
    switchport access vlan 10
    !
    interface Vlan10
    nameif inside
    security-level 100
    IP 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.0
    !
    interface Vlan20
    nameif outside
    security-level 0
    IP address x.x.x.249 255.255.255.248
    !
    Vlan30 interface
    no interface before Vlan10
    nameif dmz
    security-level 50
    IP 172.16.30.1 255.255.255.0
    !
    boot system Disk0: / asa843 - k8.bin
    passive FTP mode
    DNS lookup field inside
    DNS domain-lookup outside
    DNS domain-lookup dmz
    DNS server-group DefaultDNS
    Name-Server 8.8.8.8
    Server name 8.8.4.4
    search for domain name
    network obj_any1 object
    subnet 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
    network of the Webserver_DMZ object
    Home 172.16.30.8
    network of the Mailserver_DMZ object
    Home 172.16.30.7
    the object DMZ network
    172.16.30.0 subnet 255.255.255.0
    network of the FTPserver_DMZ object
    Home 172.16.30.9
    network of the Public-IP-subnet object
    subnet x.x.x.248 255.255.255.248
    network of the FTPserver object
    Home 172.16.30.8
    network of the object inside
    192.168.10.0 subnet 255.255.255.0
    network of the VPN_SSL object
    10.101.4.0 subnet 255.255.255.0
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper object Mailserver_DMZ eq www
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper EQ 587 Mailserver_DMZ object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper SMTP object Mailserver_DMZ eq
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper of the Mailserver_DMZ eq pop3 object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper EQ 2525 Mailserver_DMZ object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper of the Mailserver_DMZ eq imap4 object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper EQ 465 Mailserver_DMZ object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper EQ 993 Mailserver_DMZ object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper EQ 995 object Mailserver_DMZ
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper EQ 5901 Mailserver_DMZ object
    outside_in list extended access permit tcp any newspaper Mailserver_DMZ eq https object
    Note access list ACL for VPN Tunnel from Split vpn_SplitTunnel
    vpn_SplitTunnel list standard access allowed 192.168.10.0 255.255.255.0
    pager lines 24
    Enable logging
    timestamp of the record
    exploitation forest-size of the buffer to 8192
    logging trap warnings
    asdm of logging of information
    Within 1500 MTU
    Outside 1500 MTU
    MTU 1500 dmz
    local pool VPN_SSL 10.101.4.1 - 10.101.4.4 255.255.255.0 IP mask
    ICMP unreachable rate-limit 1 burst-size 1
    ASDM image disk0: / asdm - 647.bin
    don't allow no asdm history
    ARP timeout 14400
    NAT (inside, outside) static source inside inside static destination VPN_SSL VPN_SSL
    NAT (exterior, Interior) static source VPN_SSL VPN_SSL
    !
    network obj_any1 object
    NAT static interface (indoor, outdoor)
    network of the Webserver_DMZ object
    NAT (dmz, outside) static x.x.x.250
    network of the Mailserver_DMZ object
    NAT (dmz, outside) static x.x.x.. 251
    the object DMZ network
    NAT (dmz, outside) static interface
    Access-group outside_in in external interface
    Route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 x.x.x.254 1
    Timeout xlate 03:00
    Pat-xlate timeout 0:00:30
    Timeout conn 01:00 half-closed 0:10:00 udp 0:02:00 icmp 0:00:02
    Sunrpc timeout 0:10:00 h323 0:05:00 h225 mgcp from 01:00 0:05:00 mgcp-pat 0:05:00
    Sip timeout 0:30:00 sip_media 0:02:00 prompt Protocol sip-0: 03:00 sip - disconnect 0:02:00
    Timeout sip-provisional-media 0:02:00 uauth 0:05:00 absolute
    timeout tcp-proxy-reassembly 0:01:00
    Floating conn timeout 0:00:00
    dynamic-access-policy-registration DfltAccessPolicy
    AAA-server protocol Ganymede HNIC +.
    AAA-server host 192.168.10.2 HNIC (inside)
    Timeout 60
    key *.
    identity of the user by default-domain LOCAL
    Console HTTP authentication AAA HNIC
    AAA console HNIC ssh authentication
    Console AAA authentication telnet HNIC
    AAA authentication secure-http-client
    http 192.168.10.0 255.255.255.0 inside
    No snmp server location
    No snmp Server contact
    Server enable SNMP traps snmp authentication linkup, linkdown cold start
    Crypto ca trustpoint localtrust
    registration auto
    Configure CRL
    Crypto ca trustpoint VPN_Articulate2day
    registration auto
    name of the object CN = vpn.articulate2day.com
    sslvpnkey key pair
    Configure CRL
    Telnet 192.168.10.0 255.255.255.0 inside
    Telnet timeout 30
    SSH 192.168.10.0 255.255.255.0 inside
    SSH timeout 15
    SSH version 2
    Console timeout 0
    No vpn-addr-assign aaa

    DHCP-client update dns
    dhcpd dns 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4
    dhcpd outside auto_config
    !
    dhcpd address 192.168.10.100 - 192.168.10.150 inside
    dhcpd allow inside
    !
    dhcpd address dmz 172.16.30.20 - 172.16.30.23
    dhcpd enable dmz
    !
    a basic threat threat detection
    Statistics-list of access threat detection
    no statistical threat detection tcp-interception
    authenticate the NTP
    NTP server 192.168.10.2
    WebVPN
    allow outside
    AnyConnect image disk0:/anyconnect-linux-64-3.1.06079-k9.pkg 1
    AnyConnect enable
    tunnel-group-list activate
    internal VPN_SSL group policy
    VPN_SSL group policy attributes
    value of server DNS 8.8.8.8
    client ssl-VPN-tunnel-Protocol
    Split-tunnel-policy tunnelspecified
    value of Split-tunnel-network-list vpn_SplitTunnel
    the address value VPN_SSL pools
    WebVPN
    activate AnyConnect ssl dtls
    AnyConnect Dungeon-Installer installed
    AnyConnect ssl keepalive 15
    AnyConnect ssl deflate compression
    AnyConnect ask enable
    ronmitch50 spn1SehCw8TvCzu7 encrypted password username
    username ronmitch50 attributes
    type of remote access service
    type tunnel-group VPN_SSL_Clients remote access
    attributes global-tunnel-group VPN_SSL_Clients
    address VPN_SSL pool
    Group Policy - by default-VPN_SSL
    tunnel-group VPN_SSL_Clients webvpn-attributes
    enable VPNSSL_GNS3 group-alias
    type tunnel-group VPN_SSL remote access
    !
    class-map inspection_default
    match default-inspection-traffic
    !
    !
    type of policy-card inspect dns preset_dns_map
    parameters
    maximum message length automatic of customer
    message-length maximum 512
    Policy-map global_policy
    class inspection_default
    inspect the preset_dns_map dns
    inspect the ftp
    inspect h323 h225
    inspect the h323 ras
    inspect the rsh
    inspect the rtsp
    inspect sqlnet
    inspect the skinny
    inspect sunrpc
    inspect xdmcp
    inspect the sip
    inspect the netbios
    inspect the tftp
    Review the ip options
    inspect esmtp
    !
    global service-policy global_policy
    context of prompt hostname
    no remote anonymous reporting call
    call-home
    Profile of CiscoTAC-1
    no active account
    http https://tools.cisco.com/its/service/oddce/services/DDCEService destination address
    email address of destination [email protected] / * /
    destination-mode http transport
    Subscribe to alert-group diagnosis
    Subscribe to alert-group environment
    Subscribe to alert-group monthly periodic inventory
    monthly periodicals to subscribe to alert-group configuration
    daily periodic subscribe to alert-group telemetry
    Cryptochecksum:d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e
    : end

    XXXX #.

    You do not have this configuration:

     object network DMZ nat (dmz,outside) static interface

    Try and take (or delete):

     object network DMZ nat (dmz,outside) dynamic interface

Maybe you are looking for

  • Satellite A660 (PSAW3E) - FN keys not working not

    HelloI reinstalled my windows 7 64 bit on my laptop Satellite A660 and downloaded most, if not all the drivers on the official site of Toshiba UK. Although I do not use the FN keys, keep it bugs me knowing that they do not work. So... when I press th

  • Cover/Stand for ThinkPad Helix when it is used in the form of tablets - all Solutions?

    Like my Helix TP, but I think it's not as convenient to use as a table, because I do not have a stand for her. I have to lay it flat on the surface, or to hold with one hand (and therefore typing with one hand). All the solutions out there? I'm not a

  • low current strength using 4132

    Hello What is common the lowest that can be forced by using or pxi-4132. I want to force 5 AU to measure the tension through our DUT. However, when I tried it making the tension values were really high. I was supposed to read a value of less than 4 v

  • Data acquisition in LabView for other suppliers DAQ cards that NEITHER

    Hello I am a beginner in LabView programming. I have a 32 channels base PCI card DAQ (i.e. PCI-1602 of the manufacturer, ICPDAS) and I want it to interface with Labview 8.5. So how cards DAQ in Labview 8.5, which are manufactured by other suppliers t

  • PCI-4065 desperately slow

    Straight out of the DMM examples. The acquisition rate faster than I can get is about 1 per second reading. PCI? This is not acceptable. I get more quick purchase of a serial device. Someone knows how can I speed things up?