I am having trouble establishing an IPSec connection from an IOS router to a PIX. I gathered some debugs from the router which I have pasted below. However, I cannot gather debugs from the PIX. On the PIX I am SSH'ed in, run "term mon" and "debug crypto isa" and "debug crypto ipsec" but nothing shows up?! Maybe the debug below from the router will be enough to figure this out.
00:24:36: ISAKMP (0:24): sending packet to 18.104.22.168 (I) MM_NO_STATE
This shows the router sending out ISAKMP packets, but getting no response from the PIX, and then retransmitting them. We need to see the debug from the PIX to see if the packets are even getting there (if not, this is possibly why you're not seeing any debug on the PIX), or whether they're getting there, the PIX responds but the response doesn't make it back to the router.
On the PIX, make sure you have "logging on" and "logging console debug" and even " logging monitor debug" enabled. Try bringing up the tunnel from a host behind the PIX and see what output you get.
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In Syslog I also se...