[Openswan Users] Multiple destination subnets
alexanderthegeorge at gmail.com
Fri Apr 30 14:03:42 EDT 2010
You just have to make two tunnels, or tell them to nat once the packets
arrive on their side.
ipsec auto --add organizationx-intranet-server
ipsec auto --add organizationx-as400
And now you've got 2 tunnels...
On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 9:07 AM, Perry, Michael <mperry at telegenuk.com>wrote:
> How do I configure Openswan to permit access from a destination network
> with multiple subnets. Since one is in the 10.x range and the other is in
> the 192.x range wouldn’t the only shared subnet be the whole internet?
> I tried configuring multiple subnets in the rightsubnet= section which
> raised errors so I tried creating two separate connections. This looked
> promising as [service ipsec status] reported two tunnels, however when the
> destination network made any connection attempts it could not locate a
> policy to match against.
> What seemed to happen was that it would try to match to the first
> connection only.
> Thanks, Mike.
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