Thank you. But this is not the solution. Tunnel should work without this script. If the tunnel is too much is not the solution ...set a ping script likeand run it every 5 minutes or so...Code: Select all
/ping <remote private IP> src-address=<local private IP> count=10
I've had the same issue when there was no traffic through the tunnels and that sorted it
Yes, IPsec tunnel stays down if there is no traffic. But he must stays up if traffic starts. And sometimes it does not. That's what I wrote in my problem.Well, this is by 'design' and not a bug. You should explicitly take precautions to keep the tunnel up. On Juniper and Cisco you need to do the same thing.
An IPSEC tunnel only stays up when there is traffic.