[Openswan Users] Re: Adding a new connection.
dashnu at gmail.com
Mon Mar 20 15:25:16 CET 2006
After some more reading in the book I have come to the conclusion this is
due to the fact that I have right=%any in more the one connection. I am not
sure how to get by this because simply enough when I take it out of either
or connection that connection fails to load.
Client Side I have this now.
Server Side I have this. (With right=%any my l2tp connection fails to load)
I can connect. However I can do nothing. tcpdump shows some packets
traveling in ESP under port 4500. I cant ping my internal subnet. I can not
access my internal machines. Would adding leftsubnet=192.168.1.0/24 help ?
What about the other ends subnet?
So still stuck with two problems. I thought leftid & rightid would solve my
right=%any issue but it does not.
On 3/20/06, Brett Curtis <dashnu at gmail.com> wrote:
> When adding a new connection (linux to linux) to my already working
> ipsec/l2tp server, a connection from an XP client brings up this
> connection on the server and not the working roadwarrior-lt2p connect.
> Why is this? I would really like to understand why this connect starts
> up so I can continue to troubleshoot my linux to linux connect without
> interfering with my remote windows users.
> conn linux-road
> I am still stuck trying to get linux roadwarriors set up with my current
> lt2p settings. I now have PSK for windows and OSX and RSA keys for my
> linux client. I have both of them in ipsec.secrets
> With that config on my server and this on my linux client I get through
> phase 1. but that is it.
> conn linux-road
> As always thanks for the help.
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