[Openswan Users] Android 4.0.3 (ICS) connection troubles

Jonathon Padfield jonathon.padfield at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 06:04:03 EDT 2012

> On 28-01-12 19:24 Patrick Lists wrote:
> >
> > byte 7 of ISAKMP NAT-OA Payload must be zero, but is not
> >
> > with android 4.0.3 behind NAT connecting to openswan(netkey) server on public ip
> > from what i understand it looks like an error on android side, maybe we'll need
> > one more workaround :-((
> I got the same error but with the NAT situation the other way around:
> Android 4.0.3 (ICS) phone on a public IP and the server behind NAT.
> A workaround would be much appreciated!

I'll attach a patch which is a very crude hack, but it's allows my
Android Galaxy Nexus to create a VPN.

I'm completely ignorant about the security implications of ignoring
this part of the RFC.

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