[Openswan Users] Interpreting "no connection is known" (FreeSwan 1.97)
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From: Justin Love <mail at JustinLove.name>
Subject: Interpreting "no connection is known" (FreeSwan 1.97)
Date: 3 June, 2013 12:22:42 PM EDT
To: users at lists.openswan.org
I have someone who was using a cellular network adapter in modem mode, and is now switching to one that runs in either wifi or ethernet over USB. Unfortunately, the laptop can no longer connect to the FreeSwan based L2TP server.
The error message is
cannot respond to IPsec SA request because no connection is known for 22.214.171.124:4500:17/1701...
ipsec status says that the connection is defined as
Do I have to configure something to account for the gateway?
I've spent hours in years past trying to debug the same message trying to connect with my own computer (OS X), going through my local router, and I gave up. I never got completely clear on how the ascii art corresponds to the config files or how to change things to make it match.
interfaces = %defaultroute
X-enabled = yes
klipsdebug = none
plutodebug = none
plutoload = %search
plutostart = %search
uniqueids = yes
type = tunnel
left = %defaultroute
x-interface = %defaultroute
right = 0.0.0.0
auto = add
keyexchange = ike
authby = secret
auth = esp
pfs = no
pfsgroup = MODP1024
ike = "3DES-SHA-MODP1024"
esp = "3DES-SHA1"
keyingtries = 0
ikelifetime = 3600
keylife = 3600
rekeymargin = 600
rekeyfuzz = 100%
x-l2tpd = yes
Justin Love -- http://JustinLove.name/
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