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revised Where is the ifcfg file of a (Host-only) virtual network adapter on CentOS?
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comment Where is the ifcfg file of a (Host-only) virtual network adapter on CentOS?
correct! a service network restart was needed! thank you!
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comment Where is the ifcfg file of a (Host-only) virtual network adapter on CentOS?
then how do you explain that when i look into the network-scripts there is only one ifcfg file, the default "ifcfg-lo" and when i hit ifconfig -a in terminal i get both eth1 and eth2 as i expected?
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accepted IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
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comment IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
Thank you so much for your answer and especially for covering every aspect of my problem! It's true that i got some of the fundamentals wrong, i'm going to read carefully your answer and experiment with these configurations. Once i have any result positive or not i'm going to let you know!
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comment IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
I added the steps we took. Please notice that commented #virtual_private= in the ipsec.conf, what are we supposed to complete this with? is it mandatory? i'm asking because most guides don't even include it in the PSK examples.
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comment IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
ok i will gather those data and post them in the end of the question. yes we both putted our public ip(which are not static as far as i know) in the ipsec.conf, what could we do about that? if we did two accounts in No-IP.com and put those static IPs in the ipsec.conf could this work ?
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comment IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
how can i see if mine and his openswan posses a public ip? do i have to assign my public ip to openswan in some way other than ipsec.conf? for the internal geometry we found our internal addresses with ifconfig... however i'm confused with which address should go to left and which to right
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comment IPsec VPN site-to-site: How should I configure the ipsec.conf files on both sites to get the tunnel up?
yes we do have, I got mine in right and his in left. And he has mine in left and his in right, in the ipsec.conf is this correct? we did this like it is in this guide "blogcoding.wordpress.com/2010/09/25/set-up-a-site-to-site-ipsec-vpn-with-opensw‌​an-on-debian"