[Openswan Users] How to configure nat_traversal in /etc/ipsec.conf
bartsmink at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 17:06:49 EST 2013
I'm not an expert on Openswan, but I do have experience with it. I have
enabled nat_traversal always, and it has never caused me problems. Your
problem seems to occur when you dont have it enabled.
OSX used to have a bug with public ip connections, where it told Openswan
that it was NAT-ed even when this was not true. This can be solved by using
some settings in ipsec.conf.
for the Iphone to work.
I also have this:
But I dont know if it is required.
You need this for l2tp tunneling
Not sure about the last two, but I have them enabled.
for l2tp you need:
forceencaps is required for IOS, to fix the false statement of the IOS/OSX
client saying that it is NAT-ed. Indeed this is also the case with OSX.
I hope this helps, but do notice that IPsec tunneling is not always easy.
2013/1/8 <tony.blue.mailinglist at gmx.de>
> Am 06.01.2013 21:28, schrieb tony.blue.mailinglist at gmx.de:
> Nobody has an idea or a tip for me?
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