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Site to Site VPN - Openswan and CISCO A2A

Below is the diagram that the VPN connection between Openswan server and CISCO A2A. http://i.stack.imgur.com/yQBSw.jpg client A and B are remote hosts with static ips. client X and Y are behind the ...
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Iptables being changed without rebooting

I configured a tunnel between my network and a remote network with OpenSwan. On my tunnel endpoint, running on Ubuntu, I added iptables rules to disable source NAT (SNAT) when the destination was the ...
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Translating IPTables rule to UFW

we are using an Ubuntu 12.04 x64 LTS VPS. Firewall being used is UFW. I have setup a Varnish + LEMP setup. along with other things, including an Openswan IPSEC VPN from our office to the VPS data ...
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OpenSwan issuing same IP

So I have finally got the authentication to work, and it will now connect, but when I go to use the connection I can't actually use the network. looking at the connections it seems to be issuing the ...
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Openswan tunnel to remote public NAT'd host

Need help on this VPN set-up to work. Left-hand. EC2: eth0:10.0.0.100/EIP=1.1.1.1 (ie. NAT'd IP) eth1:10.0.0.200/EIP=2.2.2.2 Peer ip/leftid: 1.1.1.1 Right-hand. Cisco: Peer ip: 3.3.3.3 ...
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VPN iptables Forwarding: Net-to-net

I've tried to look elsewhere on this site but I couldn't find anything matching this problem. Right now I have an ipsec tunnel open between our local network and a remote network. Currently, the ...
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How can I create a host to host IPsec VPN if my server has direct Internet access and no LAN?

I have a Linux server (CentOS 5.5) that has direct access to the Internet with a fixed IP address. That is, the IP address is 200.29.X.Y. The gateway was given by the datacenter (200.29.X.Z) and the ...