[Openswan Users] Openswan has "interesting traffic" like Cisco ACL?

Alex Crow acrow at integrafin.co.uk
Sat Jul 21 12:22:59 EDT 2012


One thing to try might be to use KLIPS/MAST and then policy routing (ip 
route/ip rule) to direct the traffic you want out via the ipsec0...n 



On 21/07/12 16:40, Brendan Choi wrote:
> What is the Openswan equivalent to Cisco IOS's "interesting traffic"?
> I have Linux Openswan working with a Cisco router. I would like to 
> give Openswan the precise IP and TCP traffic I want encrypted, just 
> like with a Cisco ACL.
> Seems the closest thing is "leftsubnets" and "rightsubnets". I'm new 
> to Openswan, so please enlighten me. Thanks!
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