IPsec

 IPsec

Presentation about IPsec and site-to-site VPNs. Both IKEv1 and IKEv2 are covered, as well as policy-based and route-based VPNs (GRE over IPsec, VTI, DMVPN, FlexVPN). Also configuration examples for site-to-site policy-based VPNs, GRE over IPsec and DVTI are included.

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Dmitry Figol

July 01, 2017
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  1. Understanding IPsec and site-to-site VPN Dmitry Figol CCIE R&S #53592

    dmfigol.me July 2017
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  3. IPsec VPN

  4. Overview • Virtual Private Network (VPN) extends a private network

    across a public network • VPN does not imply encryption • IPsec VPN allows to securely send and receive data over insecure network • Can be used for site-to-site tunnels as well as remote-access • Tunnels are point-to-point (exception: GETVPN) 4
  5. IPsec Provides: • Confidentiality – data is encrypted • Integrity

    – check that data was not modified in transit • Origin Authentication – verify identity of the data source • Anti-replay protection – the same data is not accepted if received again 5
  6. Operation • IPsec creates Security Association (SA) – a secure

    session between two peers • SA is unidirectional • Identified by Security Parameter Index (SPI) • Uses Security Policy Database (SPD) and Security Association Database (SAD) 6
  7. IKE • Used by IPsec to establish SA • Consists

    of 3 parts: • Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP) is a framework for authentication and key exchange • Oakley describes a series of key exchanges (Diffie-Hellman) • Secure Key Exhange for Internet (SKEME) provides support for public-key-based key exchange, key distribution centres and manual installation as well as fast re- key • Two versions of IKE are used: IKEv1 and IKEv2 7
  8. IKEv1 Phases • Phase 1 and Phase 2 • Phase

    1 – establishes secure bidirectional control channel • Phase 2 – establishes unidirectional encrypted channels for data: two for each pair of identities • Uses UDP 500 by default • Switches to UDP 4500 if NAT is detected (NAT-T) 8
  9. IKEv1 Phase 1 • Either Main Mode (MM) or Aggressive

    Mode (AM) can be used • Main Mode • 6 packet exchange • Full identity protection • Better anti-DOS protection • Aggressive mode • 3 packet exchange • Identities are passed in clear • Trivial to cause DOS 9
  10. IKEv1 Phase 1 • To establish Phase 1 ISAKMP policies

    should match • ISAKMP policy defines a set of parameters used for control ISAKMP SA negotiations: • Authentication method • Hash algorithm (e.g. MD5, SHA) • Encryption algorithm (e.g. 3DES, AES) • Diffie Hellman group • Lifetime 10
  11. IKE Main Mode negotiation source: CLUS2017 BRKSEC-3001 Advanced IKEv2 Protocol

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  12. IKE Aggressive Mode negotiation source: CLUS2017 BRKSEC-3001 Advanced IKEv2 Protocol

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  13. IKEv1 Authentication • Pre-shared key (PSK) • Easy to deploy

    • Not scalable – need to change the key everywhere if compromised • Certificates (PKI) • Administrative burden • Scalable – certificate of the specific device can be revoked 13
  14. IKEv1 Diffie-Hellman key exchange • DH allows to establish a

    secure secret key over insecure channel • DH is asymmetric (public key) cryptography • Based on modular arithmetic properties • Calculated shared secret can be used for different purposes (e.g. derive a symmetric key for encryption) 14
  15. IKEv1 DH key exchange (cont.) source: Wikipedia 15

  16. IKEv1 DH key exchange (cont.) • Two numbers are selected

    beforehand: prime p and base g • Alice and Bob select their private numbers: a and b • Alice calculates = and sends it to Bob • Bob calculates = and sends it to Alice • Alice calculates shared secret = • Bob calculates shared secret = • Shared secret is the same because = = = = 16
  17. IKEv1 Phase 1 operations The following operations occur over Phase

    1 SA: • Dead Peer Detection (DPD) – keepalive • Negotiation and establishment of Phase 2 SA • Notifications (tear down/delete) • Xauth and Mode-CFG for Remote Access • NAT detection 17
  18. IKEv1 Phase 1 states (IOS) Can be checked using #

    show crypto isakmp sa • MM_NO_STATE – after sending MM1 by the initiator • MM_SA_SETUP – after sending MM3 by the initiator or MM2 by the responder • MM_KEY_EXCH – after sending MM5 by the initiator or MM4 by the responder • QM_IDLE – after sending MM6 by the responder and receiving MM6 by the initiator. Indicates successful SA establishment NAT is detected during MM3/4, switch to UDP 4500 during MM5/6 18
  19. IKEv1 Phase 2 • Establishes unidirectional SA for each subnet

    pair • Called Quick Mode • 3 packet exchange • Negotiation is done over secure Phase 1 SA • Carries a transform-set which defines Phase 2 parameters (IPsec protocol, mode, cryptographic algorithms) that should match • Proxy identities (crypto ACL) should match • Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) may be used 19
  20. IKE Phase 2 – packet exchange source: CLUS2017 BRKSEC-3001 Advanced

    IKEv2 Protocol 20
  21. IPsec modes • Tunnel – adds new header, can be

    used for IPsec between gateways (subnet-to-subnet) • Transport – used for host-to-host IPsec communication 21
  22. IPsec security protocols • Authentication Header (AH) – provides authenticated

    integrity • Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) – provides authenticated integrity and confidentiality with the use of encryption 22
  23. AH encapsulation source: IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks book 23

  24. ESP encapsulation source: IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks book 24

  25. IKEv2 overview • 4 packet exchange • Strong cryptographic algorithms

    (Suite B) support • New authentication method: Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) • Authentication is unidirectional – different authentication methods can be configured on both sides • For example, PSK on one side and certificates on another side • Identity is not limited to IP address: can also be FQDN or email 25
  26. IKEv2 overview (cont.) • Enforces Continuous Channel Mode – IPsec

    SA can’t exist without IKEv2 SA • In IOS is used extensively as part of FlexVPN solution • Smart defaults on IOS (most parameters are pre-selected) • Granular configuration per peer or set of peers • Proposals instead of isakmp policies: • Several algorithms included in one proposal • Most secure match is selected 26
  27. IKEv2 negotiation source: CLUS2017 BRKSEC-3001 Advanced IKEv2 Protocol 27

  28. Site-to-site VPN

  29. Crypto map based site-to-site VPN • Also called policy-based VPN

    • Traffic is encrypted based on policy: • The packet is routed according to the routing table • If outgoing interface has crypto map applied, check crypto ACL from top to bottom • If there is a match in crypto ACL, build IPsec tunnel to the peer defined in the crypto map and encrypt the traffic • Return traffic that comes to an interface with crypto map is matched against Security Policy Database (SPD) to check if it should be decrypted • Considered to be legacy, because requires careful selection of Proxy ACL • Not as flexible as route-based VPN 29
  30. Route-based VPN • GRE over IPsec • VTI • DMVPN

    (mGRE over IPsec) * • FlexVPN * * Not the main focus in this presentation 30
  31. GRE over IPsec • Packets are GRE encapsulated first, then

    encrypted with IPsec • Transport mode is (usually) a better choice: • GRE already added a new IP header and it is host-to-host communication from IPsec perspective • Crypto IPsec profile is configured and applied on GRE tunnel interface • The packet will be encrypted based on the routing via Tunnel interface in contrast to policy (crypto ACL) used in crypto maps • Multicast support • Line protocol goes up, if IPsec SA (Phase 2) is up (new) • Previously: line protocol is up if the tunnel destination is in RIB 31
  32. Static Virtual Tunnel Interface (VTI) • Similar to GRE, a

    new tunnel interface is created, but with tunnel mode ipsec ipv4 • IPsec profile is applied on VTI • Multicast support • Line protocol goes up, if IPsec SA (Phase 2) is up 32
  33. GRE over IPsec vs SVTI GRE over IPsec • Supports

    both IPv4 and IPv6 over a single tunnel (IPv4 or IPv6 underlay) • Additional overhead • GRE is not supported on ASA SVTI • Separate tunnels are required if both IPv4 and IPv6 overlays are needed • Less overhead • Supported on ASA since 9.7.1 and interoperable with other vendors 33
  34. Dynamic VTI (DVTI) • Hub-and-Spoke topologies • Allows the hub

    to build tunnels with spokes without knowing their IP address • Uses Virtual templates on the hub • Spoke-to-spoke tunnel support only with IKEv2 (FlexVPN) 34
  35. Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN) • Hub-and-Spoke topologies • Allows the

    hub to build tunnels with spokes without knowing their IP address • Uses multipoint GRE (mGRE) • Multicast support (head-end replication) • Allows to build spoke-to-spoke tunnels 35
  36. FlexVPN • Framework that supports different VPNs: Remote Access, Site-to-Site

    (including hub-and-spoke, spoke-to-spoke) • Supports only IKEv2 • Uses Virtual templates • Multicast support (head-end replication) • Lower overhead than DMVPN • Can push attributes and some configuration to spokes 36
  37. Show and debug commands on IOS • show crypto isakmp

    sa • show crypto ipsec sa • show crypto ikev2 sa • debug crypto condition peer ipv4 <remote-peer-ip> • debug crypto isakmp • debug crypto ipsec • debug crypto ikev2 37
  38. Show and debug commands - ASA • show crypto ikev1

    sa • show crypto ipsec sa • show crypto ikev2 sa • debug crypto ikev1 127 • debug crypto condition peer <remote-peer-ip> • debug crypto ipsec 127 • debug crypto ikev2 platform 127 • debug crypto ikev2 protocol 127 38
  39. Configuration examples • Crypto map site-to-site VPN between ASA and

    IOS • GRE over IPsec between two IOS routers • DVTI (Hub) and SVTI (Spoke) on two IOS routers 39
  40. References • Book IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks by Amjad

    Inamdar, Graham Bartlett • CLUS2017 BRKSEC-3001: Advanced IKEv2 Protocol by Jay Young • CLUS2018 BRKSEC-2881: Designing Remote-Access and Site-to-Site IPSec networks with FlexVPN by Piotr Kupisiewicz • CLUS2018 BRKSEC-3054: IOS FlexVPN Remote Access, IoT and Site-to- Site advanced Crypto VPN Designs by Frederic Detienne and Piotr Kupisiewicz • LabMinutes FlexVPN videos 40
  41. Thank you