[Openswan Users] hi, does openswan support multiple instances on one server.?
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Sat May 21 08:00:12 EDT 2011
On Sat, May 21, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Erich Titl <erich.titl at think.ch> wrote:
> on 21.05.2011 03:02, Spacelee wrote:
> > I see that OpenVPN supports this, so that each instances can listen on
> > different ports, so different clients could connect to different ports,
> > and each of client uses a unique tunnel.
> > Does OpenSwan support this?
> OpenSwan is fundamentally different to OpenVpn as in OpenSwan (IPSEC)
> there is no notion of a 'client'. You could probably call this an
> You can define multiple interfaces on a single host and each interface
> can have multiple connections. As most operations are handled in kernel
> space, as opposed to OpenVPN, where most things are done in user space,
> there is typically no need for multiple instances.
> What exactly do you want to achieve?
for example, I have 2 ip address, and I need staff and manager use different
Staff could use only ip1, and manager could only use ip2, and it's different
tunnel...The two ip addresses are binded to one machine. So I think I need
to start 2 openswan instances and two xl2tpd instances to severs this?
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