Monitor VPN tunnels on ASA firewalls in NPM Get basic visibility to your nodes so that you can troubleshoot tunnels with issues. Log in to the Orion Web Console. On the Summary view, locate and click your ASA firewall node to go to the Node Details view.

ASA Route Based VPN The ASA only performed Policy Based VPNs prior to 9.7 code which can cause a lot of issues when connecting to other vendors. If you are running 9.7+, you will now be able to create a proper Route Based VPN which will allow you to connect to all other vendors with a lot less headache and overhead. Yes, question 1 is also about DHCP relay over VPN. One vlan with ASA internal DHCP and one with DHCP relay over VPN. When I try it, the ASA tells me that the internal DHCP can’t run at the same time when using DHCP relay. I have one network on separate vlan which does not have any access to the tunnel. Here it would be nice to use ASA DHCP. add vpn tunnel 1 type numbered local remote peer AWS_VPC_Tunnel_1 set interface vpnt1 state on set interface vpnt1 mtu 1436 Repeat these commands to create the second tunnel, using the information provided under the IPSec Tunnel #2 section of the configuration file. In the diagram above, when a remote VPN client connects (via VPN) to the ASA, it should have access to the LAN behind the ASA. This is standard remote access VPN and can be achieved with the following configuration on the ASA: hostname VPN-ASA ! interface GigabitEthernet0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address ! Split Tunnel - Routes and encrypts all OSU-bound requests over the VPN. Traffic destined to sites on the Internet (including Zoom, Canvas, Office 365, and Google) does not go through the VPN server in split tunnel mode. For either connection type, use of Duo two-step login is required for all ONID account holders. Use Split Tunnel or Full Tunnel?

The easiest way to configure the VPN tunnel is by logging onto your Cisco ASA via the ASDM GUI and utilizing the IPsec Wizard found under Wizards > IPsec VPN Wizard. On the first screen, you will be prompted to select the type of VPN. Select Site-to-Site and leave the VPN tunnel interface as outside then click the 'Next' button.

In other words it means how many times a VPN connection has been formed (even if you have configured only one) on the ASA since the last reboot or since the last reset of these statistics In your case the above output would mean that L2L VPN type connection has been formed 3 times since the last reboot or clearing of these statistics.

ASA VPN | How I Troubleshoot ASA VPN Connection Problems

Example customer gateway device configurations for static The first step is to create the VPN tunnels and provide the private (inside) IP addresses of the customer gateway and virtual private gateway for each tunnel. To create the first tunnel, use the information provided under the IPSec Tunnel #1 section of the configuration file.