IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
What I am trying to do is to create a site-to-site IPsec VPN between my network and my friend's network. We both have a router and two computers on each router, with all computers running Linux. So I ...
I have recently configured a VPN server hosted in AWS EC2. Details: Centos 6.4, openswan, xl2tpd, NAT-traversal. The configuration works great for a scenario when only one user connects form a given ...
I've configured a 3G IP Gateway of mine to connect using IKE Phase 1 Aggressive Mode with PSK to my openswan installation running on Ubuntu server 12.04. I've configured openswan as follows: ...
I have a wireless gateway that supports site-to-site IPSec. I have configured openswan on Ubuntu Server 12.04 (left side of the tunnel) with the following /etc/ipsec.conf: version 2.0 config setup ...
Ok, so I have a simple VPN IPSEC setup with a single Linux host that has a public IP address and a loopback interface of 172.16.255.1. On the right side I have a Cisco ASA 5505 9.1. the issue is the ...
I'm running a Debian 7.8 openswan 1:2.6.37-3+deb7u1 server with one external interface, but many different aliases : inet xxx.xxx.xxx.94/24 brd xxx.xxx.xxx.255 scope global eth1 inet ...