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    Quote Originally Posted by k2737 View Post
    I don't think it will make any difference but you may want to set duplex and speed settings on both interfaces instead of having duplex set to half on one and auto for the rest of the settings.
    Yeah I noticed that too, it's worth a try though....I'll give it a shot...
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    Ladies and gentlemen, below, I show you why SDM is unworthy!!!





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    I wouldn't put too much weight into this. As long as you're aware of how to configure it on the router via CLI and SDM you should be good for the exam. I know it's frustrating, but just accept it as a bug and move on (and hopefully never use SDM again).
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    Are you always initiating traffic from the same side? I have had VPN's that would only come up when traffic was initiated from one side, and it wasn't a routing issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stotic View Post
    I wouldn't put too much weight into this. As long as you're aware of how to configure it on the router via CLI and SDM you should be good for the exam. I know it's frustrating, but just accept it as a bug and move on (and hopefully never use SDM again).


    yeah I'm putting it down as a bug. But as you can see, i had to jump hoops to come to this conclusion and ask for help from guys on this forum. All this is wasted time on a POS application (SDM that is...)

    It's just utterly annoying, my blood pressure rises when I think about SDM...
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2737 View Post
    I don't think it will make any difference but you may want to set duplex and speed settings on both interfaces instead of having duplex set to half on one and auto for the rest of the settings.


    changed the settings with no difference. I'm not going to waste anymore of your guys time on this, but thanks for tuning in.

    You can see from the attached pics that it must be a bug....
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    Are you always initiating traffic from the same side? I have had VPN's that would only come up when traffic was initiated from one side, and it wasn't a routing issue.

    Oh no, traffic was definitley initiated and tested from both sides! That's one of the first things I did before I came here for some help....


    I mean at this point, does it seem like a layer 8 issue (me) or just a bug?
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    Bug. At least you got some valuable debugging experience out of it.
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    Bug. At least you got some valuable debugging experience out of it.

    Absolutely, that's the best side effect of SDM I can think of. Of course, I don't fully understand all the mumbo jumbo stats that the debug command spits out but it's a start....
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    one of the exam topics should be getting the sdm to work in any shape or form
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