[Openswan Users] Unauthorized remote IP address
cybercorecentre at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 12:45:38 EDT 2007
Paul Wouters wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Mar 2007, Jax wrote:
>> Does it matter what is the openswan version on the other side when the
>> ipsec connection works?
>> However I setup the ips in the l2tpd.conf under lac
>> local ip = 10.20.30.2
>> remote ip = 10.20.30.1
> Don't use "remote ip" at all. Only use "local ip" on an l2tp server end.
> For a client, don't use local/remote ip at all, just have the
> lns = remote_public_ip
OK you didn't understand 2 things here, what I heighten in my mails:
- I use l2tpd as a client (why? because there is no other console based l2tp client for linux, btw I use the newer version (yes 0.70 backport to sarge))
- I don't have access to the server, so the l2tpd server on the other side is not a question
Yes I tried all possible variations now, and it has nothing to do with the lan ip range (as I thought), because I reconfigured the lan interface for a while and it come again with the unauthorized remote ip.
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