This afternoon my pix appears to have stopped accepting connections from vpn client software. All of my pix-2-pix tunnels are still up but I can't get and clients to connect I have a case open with cisco but am awaiting a response from the engineer. Has anyone scene this before? No configuration changes had taken place prior to the incident. The connections just stopped. I can't seem to get a capture of just the crypto debugs. As soon as I turn on debugs I have to enable logging to console and there is so much information it is next to impossible to capture the data I ned to troubleshoot this. If anyone has any recomendations please let me know. I do not want to reboot the pix as this will disrupt other things that are still working and I also will not beable to determine what actually is causing the issue.
It was service affecting across the board. I ended up getting frustrated and just clearing the xlate. THis fixed the issue. The only thing that I can figure is possibly translations were not getting removed from the table after a termination of the connection and filled up all the sockets used for UDP connections - or something like that - not really sure. But after clearing the xlate table all connections began functiong correctly again.
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