[Openswan Users] CentOS5 + Draytek 2820 pings only one way
jcrisp at safeandsoundit.co.uk
Fri Feb 15 07:33:00 EST 2013
On 15/02/13 12:49, Paul Overton wrote:
> Have you specified the following on your Centos machine?
> the IP address for this host to use when transmitting a packet to the other side of this
> link. Relevant only locally, the other end need not agree. This option is used to make the
> gateway itself use its internal IP, which is part of the leftsubnet, to communicate to the
> rightsubnet or right. Otherwise, it will use its nearest IP address, which is its public IP
> address. This option is mostly used when defining subnet-subnet connections, so that the
> gateways can talk to each other and the subnet at the other end, without the need to build
> additional host-subnet, subnet-host and host-host tunnels.
> I have not tried this with Centos, but you never know.
I think I got that right as per the config below :
L.C. is Left CentOS
R.D. is Right Draytek
Config is as below. I am pretty sure it is something to do with the
CentOS/OpenSwan box not routing properly, but not sure how to get it right.
The Draytek has it figured out.
I know there are a lot of people using Drayteks and this config. Just
me that can't figure it out !
# basic configuration
# Debug-logging controls: "none" for (almost) none, "all" for lots.
leftsourceip=192.168.99.1 # Server local address
leftid=L.C.98.24 # Server public IP
right=R.D.128.243 # Router public IP
rightid=R.D.128.243 # Router public IP
rightsourceip=10.0.0.251 # Router local address
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