Fw: [Openswan Users] Remote SSH dropped when IPSEC started
dave at dcdata.co.za
Thu Dec 1 07:52:56 CET 2005
Sorry to bug you but I'm really stuck with this one.
I'm sure it's something simple that I've messed up.
Please point me in the right direction.
>> Hi guys,
>> I have a network here in South Africa that needs to connect to a network
>> in Germany via IPSEC using a preshared secret key.
>> We are trying to use a Suse Linux server with OpenSWAN here in South
>> Africa to establish the connection to Germany so that the LANS may
>> communicate with each other.
>> The Internal LAN range here in S.A is 192.168.0.0/24.
>> The Internal LAN range in Germany is 184.108.40.206/16.
>> Our public IP on our Linux server is 220.127.116.11.
>> The public IP on the gateway we need to connect to is 18.104.22.168
>> My problem is that when I run a (/etc/init.d/ipsec start), which I guess
>> does something along the lines of (ipsec auto --up net-to-net), my remote
>> SSH session to the server stops. Once this has happened, then I cannot
>> get back into the server. My just connection times out, I can't even ping
>> the Linux server.
>> I'm guessing that as soon as the IPSEC VPN initializes it changes my
>> normal IP default route/gateway ?
>> Any ideas on what could be causing this ?
>> My entire /etc/ipsec.conf looks like this:
>> version 2.0
>> conn net-to-net
>> Unfortunately my knowlege of IPSEC is dangerous I'm sure I've got
>> something wrong somewhere.
>> Any assistance or input would be greatly appreciated.
>> Thanks in advance !
>> Kind regards
>> David Wilson
>> CNS, CLS, Linux+
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>> E: support at dcdata.co.za
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