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Cisco Bug: CSCun45787 - Duplicate CHILD SAs in 1 IKEv2 SA, traffic dropped due to vpn-overlap-conflict

Last Modified

Nov 27, 2020

Products (2)

  • Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software
  • Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software

Known Affected Releases

100.12(30.8) 9.1(4)

Description (partial)

When the below condition matches, ASA may end-up creating multiple SPI-sets for a single proxy-id set. i.e. Multiple IPSec SAs or Child-SAs are created for the same local and remote Subnets/Idents.

Note that this only occurs for the second or the subsequent Child-SA negotiations, barring the first Child-SA created during IKE-AUTH. 

When this occurs, ASA drops the traffic over this SA with "vpn-overlap-conflict" asp drop reason [show asp drop].

ASA acting as IKEv2 L2L End-point, where we have more than one IPSec SAs negotiated. 
IKEv2 SA goes down, and re-negotiates due to an external comm-failure.
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