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Some versions of the Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software might cause the ASA to stop traffic encryption for stale VPN Context entries.
Stale VPN Context entries might cause some versions of the ASA software to stop traffic encryption. This applies to Internet Key Exchange Version 2 (IKEv2) LAN-to-LAN (L2L) tunnels configured with default IKEv2 rekey configuration that support both time and data-based rekeys. The affected traffic will be dropped by the ASA.
An ASA security appliance with a working L2L VPN tunnel suddenly stops traffic encryption. The Accelerated Security Path (ASP) table shows duplicate ASP entries and traffic that hits a stale ASP entry is dropped.
Upgrade the ASA to one of these ASA software versions:
9.1(7.12) or later
9.2(4.21) or later
9.4(4) or later
9.5(3.3) or later
9.6(2.5) or later
9.6(3) or later
9.7(1) or later
9.8(1) or later
Note: Prior to an upgrade of the ASA software, enter the copy running-config command in order to create a backup of the system configuration and save the output to a file. Follow the software upgrade, enter the more system:running-config command, and compare the output to the saved file in order to ensure the original configuration was restored.
Updated Cisco ASA software that addresses this issue is available from Cisco Software Central for customers with a valid service contract.
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