Simon Buob schrieb:
> NO possible cause both Routers MUST support NAT-T - M0n0 doesn not.
> in other words. The Problem is not if the VPN Endpoint is on m0n0 or
> a host behind it. If there is at least one NAT Device both endpoints must
> support NAT-T.
I don't know if I got this completely wrong... but:
home - m0n0wall - internet - draytek vpn router
I am at home behind my m0n0wall. I connect to my firm's draytek router
(some 2900...) daily via ipsec vpn... and it works well...
According to what you said, this should not work, since m0n0wall can't
What's the point there?
And I do not understand, why m0n0wall will manipulate the packets... If
m0n0wall got a public WAN ip and acts as a vpn endpoint, it isn't
neccesary to do any nat there, is it?
Somehow still confused...
thanks for help!