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strange output when performing "sho ipsec sa" on PIX

I have a site to site tunnel built between my support company and another client.

When I perform the command "sho ipsec sa" to examine all of the sa's that should be present, I see the following output:

"Crypto map tag: map1, local addr. 206.248.224.2"

Typically when I do this in other situations, I get alot of data about each of the SA's between each site.

Can anybody shed any light on this strange output? When I do a "sho isa sa" I see the tunnel in a state of "QM_IDLE" so I do know that the tunnel is there...

thx as always!

Kevin

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Re: strange output when performing "sho ipsec sa" on PIX

Shows all the current IPsec SAs on the PIX. In addition, the output shows the remote peer's actual IP address, the IP address assigned, the local IP address and interface, and the applied crypto map

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