[Openswan Users] NAT-T in native stack??

Rene Mayrhofer rene.mayrhofer at gibraltar.at
Tue May 18 21:30:43 CEST 2004

Paul Wouters wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Apr 2004, Rene Mayrhofer wrote:
>>>Perhaps Rene wants to enable this per default.
>>Might be an option, but I used to set it off by default because it broke 
>>stuff in earlier freeswan releases (where I applied the NAT-T patch). Is 
>>it "safe" now, i.e. is _everything_ expected to work with NAT-T being on 
>>that work when it is disabled ?
> AFAIK, yes. Just make sure you have:
> in Makefile.inc. Note the _MODE part, which was missing in previous versions,
> and might still be missing in 2.1.1. (It is fixed in cvs)
> This is neccessary for WinXP/2K
Ok, added this to Makefile.inc.

> For the native stack, also apply the fix from Nate that changed a test -d
> to a test -f for /proc/modules in _startklips.
I did that for the Debian package, along with the CRL crash fix.

Since all issues now seem to be fixed, would it be possible to enable 
NAT-T by default in the upstream config file ? I could of course patch 
the config file for the Debian package, but I would rather like to have 
as few Debian-specific patches as possible.

best regards,

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