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Does ASA Service Module on 6509-E support Remote Access VPN ?

I'm having a problem configuring Remote Access VPN (SSL, Anyconnect ect.) on ASA Service Module on 6509-E. Is this even supported  or am i wasting my time trying to make something work which will not work in a first place :) ? Site-to-Site works without any problems.

Tech Info:

6509-E running SUP 2T 15.1(2)SY

ASA Module - WS-SVC-ASA-SM1 running image - asa912-smp-k8 & asdm-712

Licenses on ASA:

Encryption-DES - Enabled

Encryption-3DES-AES  -Enabled

Thanks in Advance for support.

 

 

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Are you running multiple

Are you running multiple context mode?

If you are, remote access VPN is not supported in that case:

"Note Multiple context mode only applies to IKEv2 and IKEv1 site to site and does not apply to AnyConnect, clientless SSL VPN, the legacy Cisco VPN client, the Apple native VPN client, the Microsoft native VPN client, or cTCP for IKEv1 IPsec."

Reference.

Hall of Fame Super Silver

That's correct.You can do

That's correct.

You can do remote access VPN (IPsec IKEv1, IPsec IKEv2 or SSL) into an ASA-SM only when it is in single context mode.

Remote access VPN is not supported in any multi-context ASA (SM or otherwise).

Please rate or mark your question as answered when it has been. Thanks!

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Are you running multiple

Are you running multiple context mode?

If you are, remote access VPN is not supported in that case:

"Note Multiple context mode only applies to IKEv2 and IKEv1 site to site and does not apply to AnyConnect, clientless SSL VPN, the legacy Cisco VPN client, the Apple native VPN client, the Microsoft native VPN client, or cTCP for IKEv1 IPsec."

Reference.

New Member

Yes Marvin i am running in

Yes Marvin i am running in multiple context mode, so I'm done with SSL unless i convert back in Singe mode i guess.

Just to confirm will the Remote Access VPN be available if i convert back to a single routed mode ?

Thanks

 

 

 

Hall of Fame Super Silver

That's correct.You can do

That's correct.

You can do remote access VPN (IPsec IKEv1, IPsec IKEv2 or SSL) into an ASA-SM only when it is in single context mode.

Remote access VPN is not supported in any multi-context ASA (SM or otherwise).

Please rate or mark your question as answered when it has been. Thanks!

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