[Openswan Users] NAT-T
oliver.tomkins at alliedvehicles.co.uk
Thu Mar 23 09:39:21 CET 2006
The scope of our VPN project has altered that now we have to accept
connections from users behind routers therefore I have a few questions
about NAT-T that I've either not been able to find answers to or am not
sure that the answers I've found are correct. I've read a few times on
here about the wiki and other documentation being out of date.
1) We're using the 2.6.15-1.1833_FC4 kernel. Am I correct in thinking
that the NAT-T patch is already applied to this kernel?
2) As NAT-T is enabled globally in the ipsec.conf am I correct in
thinking this will not have an effect on the clients connecting from non
3) All our existing non NAT clients connect with type=transport which
has security implications with NAT-T. Is this only for the clients
connecting from behind a NAT router?
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