[Openswan Users] gateway-to-gateway traffic is not encrypted

martin f krafft madduck at madduck.net
Mon Mar 7 17:43:38 CET 2005

also sprach martin f krafft <madduck at madduck.net> [2005.03.06.1759 +0100]:
> First and foremost, I noticed that while the gateways happily tunnel
> between two networks, and also tunnel between one gateway and hosts
> behind the other, direct traffic between the hosts is not tunneled.
> Is this at all supported? Given a standard roadwarrior to gateway
> configuration (using x509), how can I make sure that traffic between
> the roadwarrior and the gateway itself is encrypted?

Note that this works just fine if I access the other gateway using
its internal IP on the subnet it tunnels. This makes me thing that
it's all just a policy thing?

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