VPN dropout

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Tomasz, Oct 20, 2006.

  1. Tomasz

    Tomasz Guest

    Hi,

    We are currently experiencing issues with our isp. Our ADSL is dropping
    out about 2 times a day, while the isp is investigating the issues i
    have had a lot of problems with my vpn's obviously as the internet drops
    out so do the vpn's.

    I have 2 vpns from cisco 827's going in to a pix 515. The issue is that
    everytime the internet drops out the vpns take a long time to re establish.

    My question is how do i make it so the vpns re establish quicker, is it
    dont on the remote site or on the pix?

    Thanks
    Tomasz, Oct 20, 2006
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  2. In article <>,
    Tomasz <> wrote:

    >We are currently experiencing issues with our isp. Our ADSL is dropping
    >out about 2 times a day, while the isp is investigating the issues i
    >have had a lot of problems with my vpn's obviously as the internet drops
    >out so do the vpn's.


    >I have 2 vpns from cisco 827's going in to a pix 515. The issue is that
    >everytime the internet drops out the vpns take a long time to re establish.


    >My question is how do i make it so the vpns re establish quicker, is it
    >dont on the remote site or on the pix?


    Do you end up getting a new IP when the ADSL drops?
    If so, try configuring the PIX to

    isakmp identity hostname

    (and see if you can find the equivilent on the 827.)

    Also, you could try reducing the isakmp phase 1 lifetime.
    Walter Roberson, Oct 20, 2006
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