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VPN 3002 HW client message

Here is the message from the log!

20083 06/09/2003 12:57:23.460 SEV=5 IKE/50 RPT=61 YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY


Connection terminated for peer YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY (Peer Terminate)

Remote Proxy, Local Proxy ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ

I need to know if this was configuration related or net load related.

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Re: VPN 3002 HW client message

Difficult to say. Peer Terminate means the other end has cleared the connection for some reason, but without more information it's impossible to tell why. Doubtful it's configuration, unless it's coming up during the tunnel negotiation process. If the tunnel establishes correctly then your config is probably OK, but you could have an idle timeout or absolute timer set under the group parameters, so check them.

Checking the logs on the head-end concentrator for the same time will probably tell you more about what's going on.

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Re: VPN 3002 HW client message

Question realy is :

What kind of keep alive is going from one IPSec peer to remote IPSec peer?

Is there keepalive ?

I do agree with you...

It looks to me that there is no config problem.

So it must be load. Once peers can not see each other we have this problem.

How this works ? Uses UDP! Most of the people write about starting session,

nagotiation etc... How is closing session?

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