[Openswan Users] no connection authorized...

Eric S. Johansson esj at harvee.org
Tue Dec 7 18:30:24 CET 2004

this is probably a real familiar problem but it's escaping me.  I'm 
running two IPCop systems (openswan 1.0.7) with road warrior VPNs.  The 
first system will connect to the Windows PC road warrior just fine.

Following the same process of producing certificates and installing them 
on the client, connection to the second IP cop system fails will the 
following messages.  Needless to say, it has been rather frustrating 
debugging this.  Obviously there's some identity disconnect between the 
client and firewall but I'm not sure how to find out once each side is 
expecting for identities.  As far as I can tell, both client and server 
identical on both sides except for the the actual certificates.

turning Pluto debug and klips debug to all didn't really reveal anything 
useful.  Or at least useful to my eyes.

googling for different aspects of this problem didn't reveal anything 
useful.  suggestions as to what I should do next would be most welcome.


Dec  7 17:18:51 t2cop pluto[31146]: packet from 
received Vendor ID payload [draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ik
Dec  7 17:18:51 t2cop pluto[31146]: packet from 
received Vendor ID payload [draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ik
Dec  7 17:18:51 t2cop pluto[31146]: packet from 
initial Main Mode message received on
00 but no connection has been authorized with policy=RSASIG

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