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Remember to generate traffic to initiate e. I have managed to make it work. However, I do not understand why I cannot send traffic from the LO interface. I had a quick play yesterday and it worked fine using loopbacks. Are you sure you were sourcing the loopback for your test traffic? Login or sign up to reply to this topic.
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Access-lists are used for the identification of the traffic Traffic Selectors that is a subject to be transferred over IPSec. In my scenario, I set traffic between In order to trigger IPSec, traffic that matches the configured policy must appear on the router.
In my case I run run ping from Another caveat is the traffic that is subject to IPSec must be forwarded via interface that has crypto-map on it. Sometimes a static route is needed. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Cisco networking. Skip to content. Home About. Part 5. IKEv2 basics. Part 6. IKEv2 crypto-map configuration Posted on I do not see reason to use Tunnel mode. Traffic selectors Access-lists are used for the identification of the traffic Traffic Selectors that is a subject to be transferred over IPSec.
R2-Spoke config-crypto-map match address acl-crypto R2-Spoke config-crypto-map set peer Once keyring is defined, we need to configure isakmp profile. In the profile we use the keyring we just created. We also need to specify identity of our peers and set VRF used to reach them. With isakmp profile configured we can now proceed to the definition of ipsec profile, which we then apply to our DVMPN tunnels. We will also enable OSPF on tunnels and loopback interfaces.
This is just to show that routing will be established in the global VRF and it will allow us to ping between loopbacks. Following ping tests, R2 and R3 established spoke to spoke tunnels, which further confirms that our configuration is correct:.
VRF aware tunnels are used to connect customer networks separated by other untrusted core networks, or core networks with different. This post describes the steps to configure a VRF aware Crypto Map VPN on Cisco IOS-XE routers. A Front-door VRF called FVRF will be used for. This is a basic template for a VRF aware IKEv2 Crypto Map VPN on Cisco IOS-XE routers. crypto ikev2 keyring KEYRING peer ANY address