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On your Checkpoint you see: "main mode completion" then silence Problem with Netscreen "peer ID" for your firewall, It's looking for you to send a string identifying your firewall as a Check the dest_proxy and src_proxy reported in the debug message. Ideally, have the netscreen not look for one, less ideally, have them try putting in the IP address the Checkpoint has on its "general" properties tab, even if this IP is Well, phase one has completed, but phase 2 is failing. http://digitalfishbowl.net/vpn-error/vpn-error-code-04-checkpoint.html

September 5, 2012 at 5:38 am Reply ↓ Pingback: Checkpoint VPN Debugging | FW Knowledge Ashutosh Got to much confidence after reading this document while troubleshooting VPN issues August 19, 2014 If, for example, you have your local domain defined as a network of "" and and your peer has it defined as individual hosts within that network, they mismatch and the message ID = 0

crypto_isakmp_process_block:src:, dest: spt:500 dpt:500
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ISAKMP (0): speaking to a VPN3000 concentrator

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In this case, even having the maps identically defined with network-object didn't work. This makes little sense to me in terms of a PIX, and attempting to interpret this explanation for a PIX has never helped me. Another dual-homed Windows Server 2003 partner caused this when he had two default gateways specified (thinking he needed one for each interface) and created essentially the same situation. You've established a tunnel, and then the peer tries to send you some traffic through it that doesn't match the "interesting traffic"/"encryption domains" specified on your side.

If this shows up alongside "retransmitting phase 1" see below. Forum Forum Home New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Who's Online What's New? Traffic matching this implied rule then bypasses any other ACL on the interface and is evaluated against the "interesting traffic" ACL. Look at 4.1 symptoms as well Platform Symptom/Message Likely cause or solution Checkpoint NG Checkpoint log message of "Tunnel failure, cannot find IPSec methods of the community (VPN Error code

message ID = 1166168095, spi size = 4
IPSEC(key_engine): got a queue event...
IPSEC(key_engine_delete_sas): rec'd delete notify from ISAKMP VPN Peer: IPSEC: Peer ip:x.x.x.x/500 Decrementing Ref cnt to:2 Total VPN Peers:1
All I can do is to repeat that every single time I have ever seen this, a subnet mismatch was the cause, even though there were no ISAKMP or IPSec messages Enable, and issue debug crypto isakmp
debug crypto ipsec
debug crypt engine do a "write mem" (I don't know for sure that this is required, but it sometimes seems to be) Quick Jumps Terminology Commonly seen symptoms and likely causes You're using a Checkpoint 4.1 box You're using a Checkpoint NG Box You're using a Nortel You're using a Cisco Box You're

I had an existing network object like so: object-group network foo
network-object I was lazy and tried to make the same object work in both tunnels using the old No promises about phase 2 Tunnel comes up, initial contacts are OK, client fails on large packets Someone, somewhere has not accounted for the overhead added by the VPN. This information is relevant for Check Point NGX firewall, but is not a complete VPN Debugging Guide. From experience, though, If x.x.x.x is the address of your own firewall, check and see if you haven't accidentally reversed an ACL.

I would expect "denied" instead, but no, it's "proxy identities not supported." This, however, is very easy to debug by simply making the ACL "permit ip source dest " and "permit If the does not match the interesting traffic list, and the correct peer, it's dropped with a "proxy identities" message. each peer must be the mirror of the other. Your partner is a Netscreen (or possibly other) peer.

Peer used wrong methods: Scheme IKE Mismatch in encryption algorithm, hash method or PFS on rulebase (not either peer object) encryption properties Checkpoint log message of: No common authentication methods http://digitalfishbowl.net/vpn-error/error-code-809-vpn.html The solution is to switch to SPLAT so the sticky decision function can be used. See the sample VPN config in the Cisco PIX Firewall and VPN Configuration Guide Chapter 7. Interestingly enough, this "no other messages" condition has happened to me only when I had IOS boxes on both ends, which makes me think that the two must have some comm

The router configuration had the IPSec proposals in an order such that the proposal chosen for the router matched the access list, but not the peer. For discussion, assume a PIX with two interfaces, inside, and outside: inside being some secure network, and outside being some non-secure network across which one wishes to communicate via VPN. Your partner is a Symantec SGS, possibly others. this content An access list applied directly to the interface with the access-group command makes that determination." ACLs applied to the inside interface work as expected.

In order to let services that are allowed in the FireWall-1 Implied Rules to be encrypted through the VPN tunnel, disable these services in the FireWall-1 Implied Rules. Next payload is 0
ISAKMP (0:2) SA not acceptable Mismatch in the PIX "crypto ipsec transform-set" statement for this tunnel PIX debug output of: ISAKMP: No cert, and no keys The PIX logs show a translation being built.

Usually pix-to-pix, but can happen with other firewalls smart enough to do detailed negotiation, like a checkpoint.

Your partner is a PIX. Doesn't tell you much, but in the absence of other errors, it indicates your side is not as likely to be the problem PIX debug output of: return status is Possible mismatch in encryption domains - do both sides match in terms of subnets? cheers and happy xmas reinhard At 18:45 23.12.2003, you wrote: I'm experiencing some strange behaviour with a NG/AI R55 ClusterXL setup.

SUPPORT CENTER USER CENTER / PARTNER MAP THREAT PREVENTION RESOURCES THREAT INTELLIGENCE Blog IPS Advisories & Protections Threat Wiki Forums Security Report UNDER ATTACK? Your peer just sent you a "delete isakmp sa" instruction All VPN messages look good. you are NAT'ing your source address to something that isn't defined in your local encryption domain. have a peek at these guys Difficult to debug, of course.

The person configuring the Cluster says they get a message of "terminated by state machine" This is the Crypto Cluster's way of complaining about an ISAKMP identity issue. Things look fine on your end. There is a Site-to-site VPN community with two participating gateways; the cluster, and one externally managed gateway. All rights reserved.

NG will send back the IP address the Checkpoint has on its "general" properties tab. Theme by ITstar Members Login Username Password Login Remember Me New Member Lost Account Info? Cisco says that "The crypto map map-name local-address interface-id command causes the router to use an incorrect address as the identity because it forces the router to use a specified address." It's also unhelpful.

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Register Help Remember Me? i.e. You see no traffic at all Raptors are extremely sensitive to giving up or keeping bad SA's. Checkpoint log message of: Encryption failure.

Traffic going outbound to the secure net from the inside interface must pass any ACL applied outbound to the inside interface (though, of course, [we] don't usually use these). My suspicion is that these would be ignored for encrypted traffic.