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VPN Registry

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VPN Registry

I keep seeing log messages like:

 

Jan 19 11:15:46HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: true
Jan 19 11:15:23HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: false
Jan 19 11:14:29HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: true
Jan 19 11:14:16HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: false
Jan 19 10:48:27HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: true
Jan 19 10:48:00HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: false
Jan 19 10:46:56HUB-MAST VPN registry connectivity changevpn_type: site-to-site, connectivity: true

 

and on the VPN status:

  • VPN Registry: Partially connected. This security appliance is able to connect to at least one VPN registry using outbound UDP port 9350.

or

MX is unable to reach VPN registry

 

So my question is, does temporarily loosing connectivity to the VPN Registry affect the tunnels that have already been established, in any way? 

 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: VPN Registry

It has no effect at all on established tunnels.

 

And usually, it has no affect on forming new tunnels as long as nothing has changed its IP address or port.

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Kind of a big deal

Re: VPN Registry

It has no effect at all on established tunnels.

 

And usually, it has no affect on forming new tunnels as long as nothing has changed its IP address or port.

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Re: VPN Registry


@PhilipDAth wrote:

It has no effect at all on established tunnels.

 

And usually, it has no affect on forming new tunnels as long as nothing has changed its IP address or port.


Thanks PhilipDAth

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Re: VPN Registry

I had this on-going problem with one of our MX's. I opened a support case and Meraki support advised that this problem normally arises when the MX is having problems connecting to one of the registries. They manually changed the registry which ours connected to and I then stopped seeing these events in our event log.

 

I'd advise contacting support so they can do the same for you.

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Re: VPN Registry


@WANKiller wrote:

I had this on-going problem with one of our MX's. I opened a support case and Meraki support advised that this problem normally arises when the MX is having problems connecting to one of the registries. They manually changed the registry which ours connected to and I then stopped seeing these events in our event log.

 

I'd advise contacting support so they can do the same for you.


I see. I assume that the vpn registries that are currently assigned are not optimal.

Thanks, I will contact the support about that

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what records it refers to, I have the same problem.
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