Re: [fw-wiz] FYI: PIX v6.3(1) fixed ISAKMP Renegotiation Problems
From: Brian Ford (brford_at_cisco.com)
To: TSimons@Delphi-Tech.com, email@example.com Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 12:57:39 -0400
I found several inaccuracies in your message.
The article you pointed at here:
was not published by Cisco.
The article also has nothing to do with PIX Firewalls (or Firewalls Wizards
but I can't fault you for poor moderation ;-) ).
The article you pointed out claims to solve a problem by clearing the IPSec
configuration on an Cisco IOS router. Not a PIX Firewall.
For good information on IPSec interoperability see: http://www.icsalabs.com.
Liberty for All,
At 12:00 PM 5/20/2003 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 16:35:46 -0400
>Subject: [fw-wiz] FYI: PIX v6.3(1) fixed ISAKMP Renegotiation Problems
>I'm not sure how many of you had to deal with this, but it was real tough in
>the SEF (aka Raptor) to PIX VPN arena...
>There was a bug in the PIX IOS that prohibited it from renegotiating
>properly. Cisco finally owned up to it and it was released in this article:
>Those of you who work with SEF/Raptor, know that it was always a pain
>keeping the VPNs from going stale. PIX v6.3(1) finally addresses this
>issue. Since it was implemented we haven't seen the VPN go down once (knock
>Todd M. Simons
>Senior MIS Engineer
>Dell Tier 1 PA Technician
>Delphi Technology, Inc.
>New Brunswick, NJ
>God Bless America and
> those who defend her.
Corporate Consulting Engineering, Office of the Chief Technology Officer
Cisco Systems, Inc.
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