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IpSec Tunnel Up but not passing traffic

L1 Bithead

Hi all,

 

I have "Inhand Ir611" Industrial Cellular Router and Palo Alto in office. I have configured Inhand router and i have reach to internet. Than i setup Ipsec Tunnels to my Office Palo Alto.

 

Everything looking good after configuration and restart the device. I have check PA side. Tunnel Up and Ike Up i have two green dot in PA.

 

But i can't reach to my office servers from Inhand router.

 

If some configuration is wrong ipsec tunnel not become green in PA right?

 

What am i missing really i dont know.

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L1 Bithead

I solved it.

 

PA Network/Virtual Routers/

 

There is one default rule in there named "default"

When i enter in this rule i see Static Routes there. Defined for other ipsec tunnels.

I add tunnel.3 (which i facing problem) Destination local ip block  192.168.10.0/24

Problem solved. Now i can ping servers from Inhand Router.

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L1 Bithead

VPN tunnel up means that phase-1 and phase-2 configuration of both ends have been matched, when the direct come towards traffic then to go traffic pass through the VPN tunnel there should be proper configuration of security Rule, Nating and Routing on each end to navigate the interesting traffic. 

L6 Presenter

Hi @Lacrymae ,

 

Verify proxy id configuration on palo alto side. The tunnel encryption domain should be identical at both ends.

Also i would ask you to check system & traffic logs on PA for this specific tunnel. Logs may give you more clarity.

Mayur S.

L1 Bithead

I solved it.

 

PA Network/Virtual Routers/

 

There is one default rule in there named "default"

When i enter in this rule i see Static Routes there. Defined for other ipsec tunnels.

I add tunnel.3 (which i facing problem) Destination local ip block  192.168.10.0/24

Problem solved. Now i can ping servers from Inhand Router.

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