[Openswan Users] 2.x advanced routing equivalent?

Tuomo Soini tis at foobar.fi
Sun Apr 3 23:33:37 CEST 2005

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Nels Lindquist wrote:

> I've been using OpenSWAN 1.0.x including the advanced routing patches 
> on several different boxes.  Recently I've been playing around with 
> v2.x, and I'm wondering whether there's any built-in equivalent to 
> the "iproutetable" and "[left|right]sourceip" directives, or if I 
> have to manually configure things with iproute2?

I'm in process to update advanced routing patch to 2.3.x series of
openswan when I have time to update my systems. I don't think
iproutetable= config variable will be there any more, it's just not
needed, config-file for _updown script is better idea to handle these
extra iproute command line parameters.

Most of advanced routing patch is just there in 2.* series of openswan,
but policy routing support is not there. I did once a patch to add that
support but because it broke too many uml tests it was not accepted.

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