[Openswan Users] Connecting to other machines in subnet
wgillespie+openswan at es2eng.com
Mon Feb 11 17:03:49 EST 2013
What you are talking about is doable, but I need to know a little more
about your setup.
Do you still want an IPsec connection between site A and B with the SSH
connection to machine C (which is at site B) inside of it?
Or do you want the SSH connection to go directly to machine C and not be
encapsulated in the IPsec tunnel?
Is machine B the gateway for site B (and thus for machine C)? Or does
machine C have its own public IP address?
On 02/11/2013 02:40 PM, Durwin wrote:
> If you mean for me to get the ip addresses from tcpdump, I already know
> them. For example. Site A machine has local ip a.a.a.a and ssh's to
> Site B (which is running VPN) like ssh user at b.b.b.b I want it to go to
> c.c.c.c What has me concerned is, if I forward port 22 to c.c.c.c,
> does the machine know how to return traffic with just that one iptables
> line? Or do I need to add another line to tell c.c.c.c how to send
> traffic back to a.a.a.a?
> Thank you,
>> On 11 Feb 2013, at 20:02, Durwin wrote:
>>> I have VPN setup. Works just fine. However, it is desired to be able
>>> to connect to a specific machine (other then the one running VPN). For
>>> example, machine A at VPN location 1 needs to connect directly to
>>> machine C at VPN location 2. Machine B is running VPN. Is there a way?
>>> I am thinking iptables, but I only have a working knowlegde of it.
>>> Thank you,
>>> Users at lists.openswan.org
>>> Micropayments: https://flattr.com/thing/38387/IPsec-for-Linux-made-easy
>>> Building and Integrating Virtual Private Networks with Openswan:
> Durwin F. De La Rue <thecajun at nmia.com>
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