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I've generally setup site-to-site's on sonicwalls or junipers in homogenous environments.This is the second juniper-mikeyb's suggestion to enable logging on the PIX seems to be pointing me in the right direction. I didn't know how to access the logs, so I was just going by the Juniper's log. Aye, I've seen the same with other devices, but figured since it was documented by both Cisco and Juniper, it wouldn't be too hard.As the reader is likely already very well aware, the firewall session table is designed to increase security and performance by associating individual packets with their respective flows.The session table keeps track of the state of individual flows through the careful observation of packet direction, packet types, and implementation of flow timers.My vendor wanted to see all my traffic coming from one IP address.I set up a route based policy, with Tunnel.1 and Loop.1, created the Loop with a /26 that the outbound NAT IP was in the range (they specified an address they wanted to see my traffic and it was the broadcast IP for all ranges until I made it a /26).This principle works very well for TCP traffic where flows are generally in one of three states: beginning (SYN, SYN-ACK, ACK), middle (ACK, PSH), or end (FIN, FIN-ACK, ACK, RST).
Try the article on the Juniper KB on troubleshooting VPNs. * IKE Phase 2 negotiation fails Solution: If phase 2 initiated, and you get the message, this indicates a mismatch in proposals between the two peers.
Chances are, one side has nopfs, while the other side has perfect forward secrecy ike p1-proposal "To Corp Office" preshare group2 esp 3des sha-1 second 3600 set ike p2-proposal "To Corp Office" group2 esp 3des sha-1 second 26400 Looks like both are using DH group 2, 3des/sha-1, hence my confusion that it's not working.
I agree that it's a user error "not knowing how to do so on that device".
I'll read up a little bit on policy requirements for IPsec VPNs.
Most times I've seen this problem, it was due to encryption domain (proxy ID) mismatch.
I've followed the instructions to configure a VPN between a netscreen device and a Cisco PIX as directed by Cisco's [netscreen to PIX VPN] article.