Version 7 of PIX

Hello

For a long time to light. Happy Chinese new year!

I upgrade to version 7. I need to know good and bad.

I think that the 837 is running in Bridge mode.

assuming that the pix is upgraded to v7, then the 837 must be reconfigured to fill the mode to routing in order to manage the domestic substances list as well as the Protocol pppoa/pppoe.

about vpn, pix may still be used as endpoint of the vpn. If it is preferable, then port forward must be configured on the 837 (udp 500 and udp 4500) and the codes typical vpn on pix.

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    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: long-acting prior auth (init)
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 256
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform 2 against priority policy 20
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: MD5 hash
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: long-acting prior auth (init)
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 256
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform 3 against priority policy 20
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: hash SHA
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: preshared auth
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 256
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform 4 against 20 priority policy
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: MD5 hash
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: preshared auth
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 256
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform 5 against priority policy 20
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: hash SHA
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: long-acting prior auth (init)
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 128
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform against the policy of priority 20 6
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: MD5 hash
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: long-acting prior auth (init)
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 128
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform against the policy of priority 20 7
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: hash SHA
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: preshared auth
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 128
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform 8 against priority policy 20
    ISAKMP: encryption AES - CBC
    ISAKMP: MD5 hash
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: preshared auth
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP: keylength 128
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable. Next payload is 3
    ISAKMP (0): audit ISAKMP transform 9 against priority policy 20
    ISAKMP: 3DES-CBC encryption
    ISAKMP: hash SHA
    ISAKMP: default group 2
    ISAKMP: long-acting prior auth (init)
    ISAKMP: type of life in seconds
    ISAKMP: lifespan (IPV) 0x0 0 x 20 0xc4 0x9b
    ISAKMP (0): atts are not acceptable.
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    500
    ISAKMP: error msg not encrypted
    crypto_isakmp_process_block:src: [cisco vpn client IP here], dest: [cisco pix IP here] spt:64897 TPD:
    500
    ISAKMP: error msg not encrypted
    pixfirewall #.

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Here is the log of the vpn client:

    363 16:07:58.953 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 CM / 0 x 63100002
    Start the login process

    364 16:07:58.953 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 CM / 0 x 63100004
    Establish a secure connection

    365 16:07:58.953 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 CM / 0 x 63100024
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    368 16:07:59.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IPSEC / 0 x 63700008
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    369 07/01/10 Sev 16:07:59.078 = Info/4 IPSEC / 0 x 63700014
    Remove all keys

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    RECEIVING< isakmp="" oak="" ag="" (sa,="" vid(xauth),="" vid(dpd),="" vid(unity),="" vid(?),="" ke,="" id,="" non,="" hash)="" from="" [cisco="" pix="" ip="">

    371 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = WARNING/3 IKE/0xE3000057
    The HASH payload received cannot be verified

    372 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = WARNING/2 IKE/0xE300007E
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    373 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = WARNING/2 IKE/0xE300009B
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    374 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IKE / 0 x 63000013
    SEND to > ISAKMP OAK INFO (NOTIFY: INVALID_HASH_INFO) [cisco pix IP here]

    375 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IKE / 0 x 63000013
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    376 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = WARNING/2 IKE/0xE30000A7
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    377 16:08:00.110 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IKE / 0 x 63000017
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    378 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IKE/0x6300004B
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    379 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 CM / 0 x 63100014
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    380 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IKE / 0 x 63000001
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    381 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IPSEC / 0 x 63700014
    Remove all keys

    382 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IPSEC / 0 x 63700014
    Remove all keys

    383 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IPSEC / 0 x 63700014
    Remove all keys

    384 16:08:01.078 01/07/10 Sev = Info/4 IPSEC/0x6370000A
    IPSec driver successfully stopped

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