Troubleshooting Commit: How to find a problematic line in a candidate config?

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Troubleshooting Commit: How to find a problematic line in a candidate config?

I made several changes in IKE and VPN.

Commit does not work:

Details           ERROR: line:965: syntax error [peers_sa_ipaddr]

(Module: ikemgr)

Where to find the right line #965 ?

When searching in exported candidate config - no ike specific line found.

Roman


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Re: Troubleshooting Commit: How to find a problematic line in a candidate config?

Hello all,

I found a problem in the PKI configuration.

IPSec Crypto Profile pointed to "default" which was renamed few day ago.

Never rename default :=))

Thanks for help.

Roman

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Re: Troubleshooting Commit: How to find a problematic line in a candidate config?

Hi Roman

This error usually pops up if you have missing field in your ike gateway or ipsec config or overlapping proxy IDs, you'll want to doublecheck your config to see if everything has been entered properly

reaper - PANgurus.com
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Re: Troubleshooting Commit: How to find a problematic line in a candidate config?

> configure

show

type the following

-N(enter)

- (hyphen) N (capital N) enter

to view line number

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Re: Troubleshooting Commit: How to find a problematic line in a candidate config?

Hello all,

I found a problem in the PKI configuration.

IPSec Crypto Profile pointed to "default" which was renamed few day ago.

Never rename default :=))

Thanks for help.

Roman

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