VPN Cisco IPSEC - ISAKMP id_connexion

Hi Experts,

We have a site to site VPN IPSEC between a router Cisco 1801 and 800F fortigate firewall.

Works VPN, but a quesiton that I are just Conn Isakmp id changes very frequently and I wanted to just make sure that I understood why.

When I run the isakmp crypto to show its command, I get the following:

IPv4 Crypto ISAKMP Security Association
DST CBC conn-State id
1.2.3.4 5.6.7.8 QM_IDLE 2455 ACTIVE
1.2.3.4 5.6.7.8 2454 MM_NO_STATE ACTIVE (deleted)

In the time it took me to write this, it has changed:

IPv4 Crypto ISAKMP Security Association
DST CBC conn-State id
1.2.3.4 5.6.7.8 QM_IDLE 2457 ACTIVE
1.2.3.4 5.6.7.8 2456 MM_NO_STATE ACTIVE (deleted)
1.2.3.4 5.6.7.8 2455 MM_NO_STATE ACTIVE (deleted)

So, for me it looks like the phase ISKAMP 1 re-lance his SA very frequently. I put the ISAKMP policy as follows:


World IKE policy
Priority protection Suite 10
encryption algorithm: three key triple a
hash algorithm: Message Digest 5
authentication method: pre-shared Key
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it

Therefore, should - that means that the Phase 1 SA should only re-iniate 86400 seconds?

Any information would be appreciated,

Thank you very much

Jonathan

Hello

It seems you have DPD (isakmp crypto KeepAlive) configured on your router.  This determines the accessibility of the other VPN endpoint, and we are not to understand thanks for the packages "R U THERE" (due to the problem of the DOI) that we send them, ISAKMP marks the tunnel as death and tears down.

Traffic on the tunnel seems so the tunnels, and then DPD expires them again.

Flip through your configuration for the "keepalive" order and if it is set for periodicals, set the KeepAlive for 'on demand' (which should be the default) so that we only send DPD when we are unable to determine whether the tunnel is alive because no traffic is coming on it.

This doc link is old, but he describes the functionality well enough:

http://www.Cisco.com/en/us/docs/iOS/12_3t/12_3t7/feature/guide/gtdpmo.html

-Jason

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    Hi all

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    IP virtual-reassembly in
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    !
    interface Vlan1
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    IP access-group netbios in
    IP access-group netbios on
    no ip proxy-arp
    IP nat inside
    IP virtual-reassembly in
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    no ip route cache
    !

    UK extended IP access list
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    allow IP 0.0.0.255 0.0.0.255

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    Current state of the session crypto

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    The session state: UP-ACTIVE
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    IKEv1 SA: local remote 500 500 Active
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  • Client VPN Cisco router Cisco, MSW CA + certificates

    Dear Sirs,
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    cisco-ca hostname
    !
    ................
    AAA new-model
    !
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    AAA authorization exec default local
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    !
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    !
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    enrollment selfsigned
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    revocation checking no
    rsakeypair TP-self-signed-4097309259
    !
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    use of ike
    Serial number no
    IP address no
    password 7 005C31272503535729701A1B5E40523647
    revocation checking no
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    30820249 308201B 2 A0030201 02020101 300 D 0609 2A 864886 F70D0101 04050030
    .............
    FEDDCCEA 8FD14836 24CDD736 34
    quit smoking
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    30820509 308203F1 A0030201 02020 HAS 11 092A 8648 01000000 13300 06 50A66F00
    ...............
    9E417C44 2062BFD5 F4FB9C0B AA
    quit smoking
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    30820489 30820371 A0030201 BAC7C822 02021051 D1F6A346 9D1ADC32 D0EB8C30
    ...............
    C379F382 36E0A54E 0A6278A7 46
    quit smoking
    !
    ...................
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    BA 3des
    md5 hash
    authentication rsa-BA
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    ISAKMP crypto identity hostname
    !
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    ACL 100
    !
    the crypto isakmp client configuration group them
    domain firm.com
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    ACL 100
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    the transform-set 3DES-MD5 value
    market arriere-route
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    !
    end

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    Trustpoint company-cu:
    Issuing CA certificate configured:
    Name of the object:
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    Fingerprint MD5: 5026582F 8CF455F8 56151047 2FFAC0D6
    Fingerprint SHA1: 47B 74974 7C85EA48 760516DE AAC84C5D 4427E829
    Universal router configured certificate:
    Name of the object:
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    Fingerprint MD5: E78702ED 47D5D36F B732CC4C BA97A4ED
    Fingerprint SHA1: 78DEAE7E ACC12F15 1DFB4EB8 7FC DC6F3B7E 00138
    State:
    Generated keys... Yes (general purpose, not exportable)
    Authenticated issuing certification authority... Yes
    Request certificate (s)... Yes

    Cisco-ca #sh crypto pubkey-door-key rsa
    Code: M - configured manually, C - excerpt from certificate

    Name of code use IP-address/VRF Keyring
    C Signature name of X.500 DN default:
    CN = firm-cu
    DC = company
    DC = local

    C signature by default cisco-vpn1

    IMPORTANT: I don't have a Cisco IOS Software: 12.4 (5), 12.3 (11) T08, 12.4 (4.7) PI03c,.
    12.4 (4.7) T - there is error in the cryptographic module.

    Hey guys, it's weird that the router is not find cert after IKE is the cert and validates, it is certainly not reason, but I would go ahead and set up the mapping of certificate on this router to force the client to associate with Group of IKE, for that matter, that you need to change your config a bit for use iskamp profiles :

    http://www.Cisco.com/en/us/docs/iOS/12_3t/12_3t8/feature/guide/gt_isakp.html

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