[Openswan Users] Connection going down on address change

Ingo Bruell ibruell at gmx.de
Fri Jan 16 14:56:26 CET 2004

Hi Norbert,

Friday, January 16, 2004, 2:34:08 PM, you wrote:

NW> using  superfreeswan  1.99.8 on both sides of my vpn connection, I
NW> usually  have  no  problems. My provider takes down the connection
NW> after  24  hours.  I  can  reconnect  immediately  and get another
NW> ipaddress.  Sometimes  my  provider  disconnects  the client's DSL
NW> connection  after  two  hours or so. In this case the server takes
NW> the  vpn  connection  down.  The  server  message  file  shows the
NW> following:   *received   pfkey   message  Jan  16  13:40:17  lnxek
NW> pluto[11764]:  |  pfkey_get:  SADB_X_NAT_T_NEW_MAPPING message 865
NW> Jan    16    13:40:17    lnxek    pluto[11764]:   |   pfkey_async:
NW> SADB_X_NAT_T_NEW_MAPPING len=12, errno=0, satype=3, seq=865, pid=0
NW> Jan   16   13:40:17   lnxek  pluto[11764]:  |  new  klips  mapping
NW> esp.da8e6ab4 at Jan
NW> 16      13:40:17      lnxek     pluto[11764]:     "rfc1918-10"[71]
NW>   #5115:   nat_traversal_new_mapping:   address
NW> change             currently             not             supported
NW> [,]

NW> Is there any way to avoid this situation?

I disconnect at i defined time by myself, so at daylight the tunnel is
up and running

best regards

Ingo Bruell

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