[Openswan Users] ipsec interfaces share address
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From: Adam Jefferiss <adam.jefferiss at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: ipsec interfaces share address
Date: 21 June, 2013 6:08:09 AM EDT
To: users at lists.openswan.org
I've found out what was actually happening after speaking to a couple of people using the machine that was causing problems.
Apparently, they were just restarting ipsec and not xl2tpd as well. After a bit of testing I've only been able to reproduce this when I've got a connection open, then restart ipsec with "/etc/init.d/ispec restart" without first closing down xl2tp. Sorry for the bother, I'll make sure they're restarting both in future.
On 21 June 2013 08:38, Adam Jefferiss <adam.jefferiss at gmail.com> wrote:
I've noticed the following appearing within my logs, when it happens no one can connect until I restart ipsec again; does anyone have any suggests as to the cause or solution?
Jun 20 17:41:13 gateway ipsec_setup: ...Openswan IPsec started
Jun 20 17:41:13 gateway ipsec__plutorun: 002 added connection description "L2TP"way ipsec__plutorun: 003 IP interfaces ppp4 and ppp2 share address 10.44.15.131!
Jun 20 17:29:10 gateway ipsec__plutorun: 003 IP interfaces ppp4 and eth0 share address 10.44.15.131!
Jun 20 17:29:10 gateway ipsec__plutorun: 003 IP interfaces ppp0 and ppp2 share address 10.44.15.131!
Jun 20 17:29:10 gateway ipsec__plutorun: 003 IP interfaces ppp0 and eth0 share address 10.44.15.131!
Jun 20 17:29:10 gateway ipsec__plutorun: 003 IP interfaces ppp2 and eth0 share address 10.44.15.131!
Jun 20 17:29:10 gateway ipsec__plutorun: 003 no public interfaces found
My config currently contians:
version 2.0 # conforms to second version of ipsec.conf specification
# basic configuration
# Which IPsec stack to use: netkey, klips, mast, auto or none
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