in that order, then you first delete phase 1 and afterwards phase 2. So I would expect quite the opposite result, i.e. I would expect the peer to not have a phase 1 SA anymore (because when we clear it, we send a delete) and to still have phase 2 (because we cannot send a delete for ph2 when ph1 is down).
I suggest getting the full output of "debug cry isakmp" and "debug crypto ipsec"), this should show what exactly is happening, what is sent, in particular whether or not the 7206 is sending a delete for phase 1.
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