[Openswan Users] Ubuntu 10 -> OSX 10.6.4

SilverTip257 silvertip257 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 10:23:15 EST 2011


Your status output indicates you are using NETKEY ipsec stack.  Netkey
does not give you the ipsec0 pseudo interfaces (but KLIPS does).  It
is not necessary to use KLIPS to get a working ipsec setup (I've been
using netkey), but the pros on this list might have other advice.

//  SilverTip257  //

On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 05:28, Turbo Fredriksson <turbo at bayour.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to get my Ubuntu to connect to the company
> OSX server...
> I think I have partial success (see ipsec_up.txt - I get
> 'IPsec SA established transport mode'). But shouldn't I
> get a ipsec0 interface to?
> See ipsec_status.txt for output of 'ipsec auto --status'.
> See VPN.tgz for config files...
> The problem comes when I try to L2TP connect (using xl2tpd).
> See xl2tpd.log. All I get is 'peer refused to authenticate', but
> I can't see why. And since I don't have access to the server,
> and the admin is busy with other things, maybe someone here
> might see the obvious?
> --
> Try not. Do. Or do not. There is no try!
> - Yoda
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