[Openswan Users] A working sample linux-linux ipsec conf with PSK
normanr at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 13:24:08 CEST 2005
l2tp is what gives you the ip 'from the server'. I've never tried but
i think you can set up a net-to-net connection with ipsec, but
obviously requires a config change
On 22/06/05, foren titze <foren.titze at gmx.net> wrote:
> I habe an working windowsXP/l2tp/ipsec to linux/l2tp/ipsec connection,
> but when I try to open a tunnel from linux to linux only per ipsec without
> l2tp I don't get an IP from the server and whatever I have tried (setup a
> route manually ...) I can't ping though the tunnel.
> Do I have to make always two connections? one to the server and one to the
> subnet behind him? like conn-gw and conn-gw-subnet
> My setup is Openswan 2.3.1 with kernel Openswan U2.3.1/K184.108.40.206 on Debian
> stable. I have compiled all by myself.
> has anyone an idea?
> Thanks Ben
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