[Openswan Users] Tunnel headends

Andrei-Florian Staicu andrei.staicu at ipso.ro
Fri Mar 23 18:11:34 EDT 2007

Andy Gay wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-03-23 at 17:40 +0200, Andrei-Florian Staicu wrote:
>> Andy Gay wrote:
>>> On Fri, 2007-03-23 at 15:13 +0200, Andrei-Florian Staicu wrote:
>>> Yes, use <left/right>sourceip.
>>> Assuming your conns are written with left/right as you show above,
>>> use leftsourceip= on srvA, rightsourceip= on srvB.
>>> E.g. if the conn on srvA has leftsubnet=, then add
>>> leftsourceip= Similarly on srvB, if it has
>>> rightsubnet=, then add rightsourceip=
>> what happens if behind srvB i have another subnet, let's say 
>>, with on srvB and i want to access it from location 
>> A? Can i route it through the tunnel? Or what steps should i take?
> Add another tunnel. Most parameters will be the same as your existing
> conn, just change rightsubnet= to rightsubnet=
I don't get it. Shouldn't
ip route add src via
on srvA work, since now i cand reach srvB from srvA?

Andrei-Florian STAICU
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