Software: CallManager Express 8.6, IP Communicator 8.6
Hardware: ASA 5505, 2801 Router, Catalyst 2960
I can't seem to get an IP Communicator version 8.6 to register over any kind of a VPN tunnel. On the LAN the IP communicator works fine. I configured an IPSec VPN client, an SSL vpn client, and even a site-to-site tunnel and tried it from the other end. Nothing.
After exhaustive research and trial and error I've tried everything.
I've setup ephones with the MAC address of the virtual adapters for the VPN clients. I connect using a VPN client and switch the network interface accordingly in CIPC. When I launch CIPC it just sits at Loading...
I've created the CNF files in telephony-service and they show up as the .xml file in flash for the VPN client and SSL VPN Client virtual adapter address.
I can ping any IP address on the LAN and Voice vlan including the CME sub-interface at 172.16.2.1.
On the LAN I can telnet to 172.16.2.1 port 2000. When connected to a VPN I have discovered that I cannot telnet to port 2000 on the router. Which is probably what the problem is. I can't seem to pinpoint what is stopping the ability to telnet to 172.16.2.1 port 2000 across any of the VPN connections or even if that's the problem.
Running a packet trace from the ASA when I connect using the VPN client and then try to telnet to 172.16.2.1 port 2000 I am getting:
Built inbound TCP connection 98871 for outside:172.16.100.1/51541 (172.16.100.1/51541) to inside:172.16.2.1/2000 (172.16.2.1/2000) (vpnuser)
Teardown TCP connection 98838 for outside:172.16.100.1/51538 to inside:172.16.2.1/2000 duration 0:00:30 bytes 0 SYN Timeout (vpnuser)
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