[Openswan Users] Where did routes go with Openswan 2.6.31?
Michael H. Warfield
mhw at WittsEnd.com
Tue Mar 15 09:48:59 EDT 2011
On Tue, 2011-03-15 at 00:50 -0500, Greg Scott wrote:
> Wait, guys, hang on! That whole routing business happened back in 2006
> - 5, count 'em, 5 years ago! I never suggested Openswan had any bugs in
> this area. And for what it's worth, I didn't block ICMPs in that
> situation. I put in that updown script because users in this forum
> suggested it was the best workaround. I might still have the emails
> around here someplace. It's entirely possible the ISP at the time -
> some company that went through Chapter 11 and was operating out of the
> Caribbean if I remember correctly - had the problem. Whatever the
> cause, I just worked around it with the updown script to tweak the MTU
> and went on with life.
> LOL - I have an IPSEC book around here someplace the forum moderators
> might be familiar with that suggests to look for MTU issues when weird
> problems come up. :)
> Anyway, the only question I posed in this post is, that updown script I
> put in to tweak the MTU was a hack and I never liked it much anyway. Am
> I on solid ground if I get rid of it for anything new? I seem to run
> into my share of goofy problems over the years - how would I
> troubleshoot potential MTU issues?
Well, your primary MTU troubleshooting tools would be either tcpdump or
wireshark with "traceroute --mtu" or suitable alternatives, in my book.
> - Greg Scott
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