Could I put this another way. Has anyone managed to successfully VPN
from an Apple MAC through m0n0wall to an OpenSwan server? If so, I
would be interested in how they set this up.
I'm not sure if this is related, but I have just been playing with two
wifi connected PCs and noticed that they cannot talk to each other. I
can quite happily ping m0n0 from either, but not each other. The wifi
router is effectively being used to pass traffic directly to m0n0.
Lastly, I just noticed that the diagram came through incorrectly, WiFi
goes into m0n0, not Centos. As below:
All assistance very much appreciated.
TIA and regards
Quoting m0n0wall at toyne dot cix dot co dot uk:
> m0n0wall version 1.22
> WAN -->m0n0-->Centos-->LAN
> WiFi ------^
> I've been attempting to get an Apple Mac (OS X, 10.4.8), when
> connected to WiFi, to VPN through Centos to the LAN. Ultimately, I
> would like to extend this to allow roaming attachments through WAN as
> However, all appears to work OK
> (STATE_MAIN_R1->STATE_MAIN_R2->STATE_MAIN_R3 &
> STATE_QUICK_R0->STATE_QUICK_R1->STATE_QUICK_R3) with IPsec
> established, but then it halts and ultimately deletes the connection.
> Inspecting the m0n0 log afterwards shows the following:
> sis0 @100:2 b 192.168.168.100 -> 10.100.1.199 PR icmp len 20 116 icmp
> unreach/port for 10.100.1.199,51718 - 192.168.168.100,1701 PR udp len
> 20 68 K-S IN
> I checked 10.100.1.199 and UDP port 51718 is open. I can also ping
> 10.100.1.199 from 192.168.168.100 as well. The rule that causes this
> log entry is one that allows ALL traffic, which is why I'm a little
> confused as to why it is getting blocked. Oh yes, and all the
> firewalls have effectively been turned off, only logging remains.
> Am I doing something wrong? Any help appreciated.