[Openswan Users] Tunnel keeps up, but traffic is not sent.

Paul Wouters paul at xelerance.com
Mon Jan 16 19:14:33 CET 2006

On Mon, 16 Jan 2006, Radek Antoniuk wrote:

> Julio Cesar Gazquez wrote:
> >         plutodebug = "control parsing emitting natt"
> Just being curious, how did you invent these values for plutodebug??
> It's not documented in fact and it would be useful to know such things ;)

man ipsec.conf says:

       plutodebug    how  much  Pluto  debugging  output should be logged.  An
                     empty value, or the magic value none, means no  debugging
                     output  (the  default).   The  magic value all means full
                     output.  Otherwise only the specified types of output  (a
                     quoted list, names without the --debug- prefix, separated
                     by white space) are enabled;  for  details  on  available
                     debugging types, see ipsec_pluto(8).

man ipsec_pluto says:

       ipsec pluto [--help] [--version] [--optionsfrom filename] [--nofork]
              [--stderrlog] [--noklips] [--uniqueids] [--interface
              interfacename] [--ikeport portnumber] [--ctlbase path]
              [--secretsfile secrets-file] [--adns pathname] [--lwdnsq
              pathname] [--perpeerlog] [--perpeerlogbase dirname]
              [--ipsecdir dirname] [--coredir dirname] [--noretransmits]
              [--debug-none] [--debug-all] [--debug-raw] [--debug-crypt]
              [--debug-parsing] [--debug-emitting] [--debug-control]
              [--debug-lifecycle] [--debug-klips] [--debug-dns] [--debug-oppo]

Note that the man page does need updating, because there is also --debug-natt
these days. And I believe --debug-dpd


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