[Openswan Users] NAT'd traffic down Openswan IPSec tunnel
bduff at ecessa.com
Fri Nov 15 17:00:54 UTC 2013
Hmmm.... one way to do it is to change your subnetting so that initially
the traffic isn't captured by netkey until the traffic has been SNAT'd
to something that matches the SPD.
So the leftsubnet is what you want to SNAT to.
If that makes sense.
On 11/15/2013 10:54 AM, George Wanley wrote:
> We have a requirement to NAT all traffic down an IPSec site to site
> VPN tunnel to a Cisco firewall.....does Openswan provide this function?
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