Connectivity issues between the VPN 3060 concentrator & Cisco 831 routers
I have a Cisco 3060 VPN concentrator connecting to three Cisco 831 routers at different locations (Staten Island, San Francisco and Torrance). The ones that I have a problem with are Staten Island and San Francisco. The problem is that in the morning between 7:00am & 7:30 am EST, I need to reset the VPN connection to reestablish the link between the two locations. The Staten Island location is more consistent every morning going down. When I go into the 3060 concentrator via the web to view the session, I see the session still active but I am unable to ping the remote location. When I logout the session, the session is reestablished automatically and I am able to ping the other side. I am sending logs from both the concentrator and the 831 routers
Re: Connectivity issues between the VPN 3060 concentrator & Cisc
The SA times are not the same on both the remote and the concentrator for all three locations which I know is not correct. What troubles me is that the Torrance works fine. The SA time for the Torrance office is lower than the other two locations. I will match the SA timers for the remote and concentrator. Thank you.
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