[Openswan dev] [Openswan Users] trying to configure XAUTH as replacement for working Cisco VPN Client

Martin Hicks mort at bork.org
Tue Mar 27 09:00:03 EDT 2007

On Tue, Mar 27, 2007 at 10:33:03AM +0200, Benny Amorsen wrote:
> >>>>> "DL" == David Lawless <lawless at spamcop.net> writes:
> DL> Paul, Thank you for your reply.
> DL> Have no control over the Cisco server side, so can't switch to
> DL> L2TP.
> DL> It seems probable I want to be the xauth client. Would it help to
> DL> attempt to be the server? The other end is a hardware Cisco VPN
> DL> firewall.
> DL> I can look into building the latest Openswan version for OpenWrt
> DL> on a MIPS CPU, but it could be a lot of work. Perhaps could
> DL> convince the OpenWrt developers to try it or pull a release from
> DL> their current development build. Is this the best approach?
> I have OpenSwan 2.4.8rc1 running on OpenWrt 0.9. The process did
> involve redoing some patches; it wasn't particularly much fun. I doubt
> that the OpenWrt developers will go to 2.4.8 on OpenWrt 0.9, but I
> could easily be surprised.

Have you pushed your patches to them?  If all they need to do is change
a few makefiles and add your patches to the build process they might
well do it....


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