[Openswan Users] RES: RES: RES: RES: RES: Openswan with L2TP
giovani at mrinformatica.com.br
Mon Sep 28 17:43:31 EDT 2009
> Are you sure that was not already used for another policy?
AFAIK yes, I checked for policy 22 and only IP_IPSEC_REFINFO was found.
> It also seems looking at it that saref.patch is missing most of
> the code. Please have a look at the 22.214.171.124-0.2.5 version of
> the patch. And make sure 22 is available on your kernel. If you
> change that number, also change it for xl2tpd.
I took a look into it and yes, there are a lot more code in that version
of the patch. I'm trying to port it from 126.96.36.199-0.2.5 to
kernel-2.6.18 (Centos 5.3) and kernel-2.6.23 (FC7), but I'm needing some
IP_CMSG_IPSEC_REFINFO references to ip_cmsg_recv_ipsec and
ip_cmsg_send_ipsec. If I keep that part of the patch, I get:
ue.c:206: undefined reference to `ip_cmsg_send_ipsec'
net/built-in.o: In function `ip_cmsg_recv':
ue.c:174: undefined reference to `ip_cmsg_recv_ipsec'
>From what I've been reading, those functions were moved to ipsec_mast.
In that case, can I just remove those references from the ip_sockglue.c
RTA_FWMARK and RTA_FWMARK_MASK on rtnetlink.h, as for the fib_rules.c
patch, are about iproute2? If so, you mentioned that should not be
needed. In that case can I take it out of the patch?
As you can see, I'm way over my head here, but I'm willing to try. Let
me know if I'm out of scope.
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