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How do I verify my site to site vpn using ASDM ?

How do I verify that my site to site VPN is really working using ASDM?  I was hoping to see some sort of nifty graph or counter is ASDM but I don't see anything.  From the CLI using "sh crypto ipsec SA" I see the encaps and encrypts incrementing so I think it's working.

ASA5505 on each end

ASA Version: 8.0.5

ASDM Version: 6.3.5

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How do I verify my site to site vpn using ASDM ?

Hi Tod,

on the cli, indeed the counters in "show crypto ipsec sa" will tell you whether data is passing over the tunnel.

In ASDM you can go to Monitoring -> VPN -> VPN statistics -> Sessions and select "IPsec Site-to-Site" as the filter.

I don't think we have graphs for the data over the tunnels, but you can have a graph of the number of active tunnels  (Monitoring -> VPN -> VPN connection graphs -> IPsec tunnels)

hth

Herbert

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Cisco Employee

How do I verify my site to site vpn using ASDM ?

Hi Tod,

on the cli, indeed the counters in "show crypto ipsec sa" will tell you whether data is passing over the tunnel.

In ASDM you can go to Monitoring -> VPN -> VPN statistics -> Sessions and select "IPsec Site-to-Site" as the filter.

I don't think we have graphs for the data over the tunnels, but you can have a graph of the number of active tunnels  (Monitoring -> VPN -> VPN connection graphs -> IPsec tunnels)

hth

Herbert

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