[Openswan dev] Bind Pluto to *:500 / *:4500
mcr at marajade.sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Mon Nov 29 12:57:19 CET 2004
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>>>>> "Henrik" == Henrik Nordstrom <hno at marasystems.com> writes:
>> Is it possible to bind pluto to *:4500 & *:500 instead of it
>> binding to the current ip? The problem is, when you have a
>> dynamic ip on an openswan box connected directly to the i-net,
>> and the ISP hands out dynamic IPs, openswan won't respond anymore
>> to incoming requests after the ip has changed. This is because
>> Pluto binds to the current ppp0 IP and not to 0.0.0.0:500 / 4500.
Henrik> There is many things dependent on the IP, at least when
Henrik> using KLIPS.
Yes, but there is no reason to actually not listen on all IPs.
This change is in the works, but is delayed.
The restart suggestion is the best there is now.
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