[Openswan Users] malloc 0 bytes and tunnel not found
paul at xelerance.com
Mon Sep 15 11:07:46 EDT 2008
On Mon, 15 Sep 2008, Heiko --- wrote:
> Well, I hope that xl2tpd is configured correctly:
> listen-addr = 192.168.77.41
> port = 1701
> [lns default]
> ip range = 192.168.77.10-192.168.77.11
> local ip = 192.168.77.42
I am not sure if you can work properly behind a port forward, and also hand
out IP addresses. I've never tried it, though I guess it might work.
> refuse pap = yes
> require authentication = yes
> name = LinuxVPNserver
> ppp debug = yes
> pppoptfile = /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd
> length bit = yes
You can add "debug tunnel=yes" to get some more logging.
> And the options.xl2tpd:
> I also did ifconfig eth0 mtu 1472
> xl2tpd first tells that a connection is established but then it can't find the tunnel.
> xl2tpd: get_call: allocating new tunnel for host 192.168.79.51, port 1701.
> xl2tpd: control_finish: Peer requested tunnel 18 twice, ignoring second one.
> xl2tpd: build_fdset: closing down tunnel 49642
> xl2tpd: Connection established to 192.168.79.51, 1701. Local: 36735, Remote: 18 (ref=0/0). LNS session is 'default'
What is in your /etc/ppp/chap-secrets? Something like:
username * "secret" 192.168.77.10
* username "secret" 192.168.77.10
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