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I have a routed block of 5 IPs from my DSL provider, which I access
through a PPPoE COnnection. I want my LAN to be NATed behind one of
those IPs, so I have it listed in "Server IPs" and "Advanced Outbound
NAT" enabled. This seems to work fine, causing all traffic from my local
lan to come from that IP.
However, now I am trying to set up an IPsec VPN to a Cisco PIX.
Apparently, when the racoon daemon sends the authentication packets,
these packets appear to originate from my "dynamic" IP from the PPPoE
connection, not the static IP I have set in Server IPs. The
authentication with the Cisco fails, due to the fact that the
originating IP does not match the IP used for the identity. How can I
get around this?
MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN
zach at zachlowry dot net
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