[Openswan Users] NAT not needed on both sides
Marcel J.E. Mol
marcel at mesa.nl
Tue Apr 6 21:34:18 CEST 2004
On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 06:22:51PM +0200, Jacco de Leeuw wrote:
> Marcel J.E. Mol wrote:
> >Same here: openswan 1.0.2 on a non-NATed hostA and NATed hostB.
> >When nat_traversal=yes on both hosts the connection fails.
> >When nat_raversal=no on hostB it works fine.
> If A initiates the connection, then you may need to forward UDP port 4500
> on the NAT device to B. NAT-Traversal uses that port.
In my case A is the ipsec 'server' receiving the connections.
Host B are the roadwarriors initation the connections.
So does this mean B does not need special support for nat-t?
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