[Openswan Users] no default routes

Paul Wouters paul at xelerance.com
Mon Sep 20 23:48:12 CEST 2004

On Mon, 20 Sep 2004, Chris McKeever wrote:

>> You did not define authby=secret, so openswan is using rsa.
> where is authby defined?? Is there a good howto regarding it (I
> unfortunately have not found any definitive howto)  openswan does
> complain when I dont have the right PSK in the ipsec.secrets file --

See 'man ipsec.conf'

>> SSH sentinal wants to use PSK's, but you didn't tell openswan to
>> use PSK, so it is using rsa and rejects this connection.
> Is there any howto on conifugring openswan with PSK v. RSA?

Just add authby=secret to the conn definition.

But as I said, your current "tunnel" cannot work because the
gateway is in the network you want to tunnel.


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