It's just not working on the Outside, I'd prefer it that way. To test it I am comming from the Inside, do you think that could be causing the issue? I assumed it would just pass everything through to the Outside interface.
So your VPN connects to the inside interface, then you're trying to connect to the outside interface? That won't work, and neither would it the other way round (VPN to outside, connect to inside). You have to connect to the nearest (inward) interface.
We've been using the ASA as a firewall thus far but I'm trying use the VPN features.
I know it's strange to try to connect to VPN from inside the network, but I'm just testing things out. I can't make changes to the ASA from home without VPN access so all I can really do is go home, see it doesn't connect, tweak some settings the next day and repeat. It was pretty slow going so I tried opening it up on the Inside interface.
Anyway I got it straigthened out, our documentation of the ASA's interfaces was out of date, so I was connecting to the wrong interface. I got connected last night and everything works.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...