[Openswan Users] Trouble with Openswan test "no ispec-enabled interfaces"

t.henneberger at hcs-computer.de t.henneberger at hcs-computer.de
Wed Sep 15 13:53:59 CEST 2004


I am currently testing Openswan 2.1.3 on my Debian 2.4.26.

I want to keep it as simple as possible, so I would like to 
establish a connection with a simple PreSharedKey from my 
Win2k computer ( to my 
Vpn-Server ( on eth0) 
who is on the same network.

I get an error "no ipsec-enabled interfaces" found.
Looks like I have a problem with the ipsec stack? 

Here are my configuration files and the output.

version 2 

config setup 

conn man-test 

include /etc/ipsec.d/examples/no_oe.conf 
#ipsec.secrets : PSK "password" 
 ./ipsec verify 
version check and ipsec on path [OK] 
Linux Openswan V2.1.3/K2.4.26-i-386 (native) (native) 
checking for IPsec-support in Kernel [OK] 
checking for RSA Private Key [FAILED] 
checking that Pluto is running [OK] 
Two or more interfaces found, checking IP forwarding [FAILED] 
checking for ip command [OK]] 
checking for iptables command [OK] 
checking for setkey command [OK] 
opportunisic Encyption [MISSING] 
does the machine have at least one private adress [FAILED] 

/ipsec setup start
ipsec_setup: Starting Openswan IPsec V2.1.3/K2.4.26-1-386

/ipsec manual --up man-test
ipsec manual: fatal error in "man-test": no IPsec-enabled interfaces found
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