[Openswan Users] routing to subnet behind openswan gw

Freight Car freightcar at gmail.com
Thu May 4 12:29:35 CEST 2006

I am trying to setup openswan gateway, so users can connect to it and access
NAT network behind this gateway. I got lsipsectool now, it says the tunnel
is active but i can not ping the internal interface of the gateway (I shoud
be able to, right?). I tried the both authentications by PSK and
certificates. My network is:  openswan gateway with internal subnet (/24) - external;  router with 2 interfaces (connected to openswan gateway)  and (connected to
XP workstation); XP workstation IP

On 5/4/06, Paul Wouters <paul at xelerance.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 4 May 2006, Freight Car wrote:
> >
> > i have a problem with seting up openswan vpn. i tried few different
> > configurations and still stuck at "negotiating ip security"
> > I tried NAT network, routed and no luck.
> probably a misconfiguration. What are you attempting to setup?
> > I have a debian linux gateway and want to connect to it from xp clients.
> I
> > using ipsec tool from http://vpn.ebootis.de/
> try lsipsectool from sourceforge instead. ipsec.exe is really old and does
> not
> work on all XP SP2 machines.
> > my question is do i need to setup a route to (private) network behind
> the
> > gateway? or the route is added automatically?
> You should not need to do any manual routing.
> Paul
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