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I remember having an issue with strongSwan 5.0.4 and I think it was on FreeBSD 10 rc3 at the time. I know the latest version of the port was updated during February it is now on 5.1.1 and it does work in the testing environment.
just a few suggestions/questions for you (I have this same type of rule configuration working in my environment, so i'm curious to understand why it's not working)... 1) You mentioned that the client is using Windows Firewall with Advanced Security IPsec policy, but the server side is using legacy IPsec. Is the server running an older version of Windows or ...
When the packet enters the router, it is routed out the tunnel interface because of your static route. the router encapsulates the packet in a GRE packet, with the destination 10.0.3.2. The router then routes this packet according to the routing table (i.e. out eth 1). When it gets to router D, the packet is decapsulated and then routed normally.
Honestly, I think this is more a business decision than a technical decision. (People are free to disagree with me, of course.) But IMHO, this boils down to: Is the cost of the new IP and the time and energy spent accomodating them enough to cut into the profits generated by the customer's business? Which is greater, the risk posed by what they're asking ...
After all - this feature was presented in pFsense 2.1 - to make BINAT before IPSEC, this will allow to masquerade all traffic under specific IP and afterthat send it to tunnel.
Due to the certificates and certificate requests IKE_AUTH messages can get quite large, so much so that they have to be fragmented on the IP layer (you can see those fragments in the tcpdump capture at venus). Perhaps the NAT box at sun has problems reassembling fragmented packets or just drops them. As a workaround, you can try installing the two peer's ...
OK, this question is asked over and over again over the Internet and most of the time there is a (semi-) incorrect answer that you cannot do what was described in the original post. Let me clarify it once and for all :) The short answer is L2TP (and PPTP for that matter) do not have facilities to do route pushes inside the protocol, but it can be achieved ...
I don't think you can push a route to the client in a L2TP/IPSEC VPN. You will have to do the configuration directly on the client. What mobile client is it you are having trouble with? It's easier to provide some input if we know the operating system and software you are using.
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