Bidirectional L2L VPN tunnel PIX515E 6.3(5)

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Apr 27th, 2008
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I have 5 different tunnels running on pix that are one way only meaning we initiate traffic to bring up the tunnels.

I need to create another tunnel but a bidirectional one, that either end can send interesting traffic to bring the tunnel up. Is there a specific command in 6.3.5 code that would allow me to tell the tunnel that is not only an initiator but also a responder, if not could this be done through the crypto acl for the specific tunnel?


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Jorge

Correct Answer by Jon Marshall about 9 years 3 months ago

Jorge


Hope you are well - did you get that London site working on MPLS ?


There is no specific command to make a tunnel bi-directional. It is all done with your crypto map access-lists and your standard interface access-lists if you are using them.


Jon

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Jorge


Hope you are well - did you get that London site working on MPLS ?


There is no specific command to make a tunnel bi-directional. It is all done with your crypto map access-lists and your standard interface access-lists if you are using them.


Jon

JORGE RODRIGUEZ Mon, 04/28/2008 - 03:15
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Hi John, good to see you. hope you are doing well too.


That is what I thought on bidirectional I could not find relevant command but was not sure.


On the London we are still waiting for the circuits to be installed it takes a while, right now the office is vpning in, but going crazy geting the rest of the company cutover into mpls from prn but it is going ok so far.


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Jorge

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