[Openswan Users] Non IANA ip ranges

Per Qvindesland pqvindesland at apple.com
Sat Aug 7 02:27:19 EDT 2010


Well it seems to be of a non related issue of IANA ranges and more of subnet's not being properly calculated properly on the OS level.


Per Qvindesland

On 6 Aug 2010, at 16:37, Rick Cooper wrote:

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> From: users-bounces at openswan.org [mailto:users-bounces at openswan.org] On
> Behalf Of Per Qvindesland Sent: Friday, August 06, 2010 7:23 AM
> To: users at openswan.org
> Subject: [Openswan Users] Non IANA ip ranges
>> Hi List
>> Does anyone here know if ipsec will deny any clients that get's assigned
>> a IP address of ie 172.2.2.x the user can log in but it is not possible
>> to ping any machines on the network? but if the user gets a 192,168.100.1
>> or if I try with 10.0.0.X range the user can ping and surf the network,
>> is this something that is known to be a problem with later versions of
>> IPsec?     
> Oh and I forgot to mention that IANA allocated several previously private
> ranges in, I believe, April 2008. I have  a few Comcast business class sites
> that had issues with being blocked by bogo filters because they had some of
> the ips that were removed from private to allocated and the network
> operators did not keep up their bogo filters (Ford Motor Company dealer
> sites being one large one I remember). I think Verizon got some as well.
> The current list is at
> http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ipv4-address-space.txt
> Rick
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