[Openswan Users] Double NAT disconnects after 40+ hours
cpeters at ucmo.edu
Thu Aug 30 12:08:21 EDT 2012
Well, I tried that, and I got ~30 hours out of my last connection. Any
On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 1:53 PM, Paul Wouters <paul at nohats.ca> wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Aug 2012, Kit Peters wrote:
> I have a double NAT setup, and I'm trying to bridge two sides - a local
>> and a remote - of the same subnet via Openswan and Proxy ARP.
>> Yes, it's goofy. :)
>> Here's a rough diagram of the setup:
>> [ local network ] -> [ local openswan ] -> campus network NAT -> Internet
>> Internet -> [ remote openswan / firewall ] -> remote network NAT -> [
>> remote network ]
> Interesting, though I guess you won't see broadcast traffic on that
> segment if "local network" and "remote network" have the same ip range.
> I can get everything to work, and with Proxy ARP, I can establish
>> communication between the local and remote networks. However, I lose
>> my connection after some time - most recently it lasted 45 hours.
> Try adding
> to both client and server side to make it automatically restart.
> config setup
>> conn L2TP-PSK-CLIENT
>> remote ipsec.conf:
>> config setup
>> conn L2TP-PSK-NAT
>> conn L2TP-PSK-noNAT
> Oh, you are actually using udp/1701 (L2TP) ??
Kit Peters (W0KEH), Engineer II
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University of Central Missouri
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