Tuesday, September 21, 2004, 12:45:09 AM, Mark Pimentel (mpimentel at dsl dot ca) wrote:
Cheers for your help on this one.
Finally got it working with pretty much the basic setting, thought I
did have to set the Negotiation Mode to Main rather than Agressive.
Still not quite sure why I was having so many problems in the past but
that's life :)
MP> This is my IPCOP ipsec.conf:
MP> config setup
MP> conn %default
MP> conn block
MP> conn private
MP> conn private-or-clear
MP> conn clear-or-private
MP> conn clear
MP> conn packetdefault
MP> conn ipcop-mono
MP> left=<ipcop public ip>
MP> leftsubnet=<network behind ipcop>/mask
MP> then set up your mono with standard settings (try
MP> everything checked off first). Seems to work for me.
MP> --- "Christopher M. Iarocci" <iarocci at eastendsc dot com>
>> Matchstick wrote:
>> >has anyone successfully set up an IPSec VPN
>> connection between M0n0wall
>> >and IPCop. ?
>> >I've been trying intermittently for a while now
>> with no real success
>> >so if someone has got it to work and can give me
>> some pointers it
>> >would be much appreciated.
>> I have done this in the past, but it was a LONG time
>> ago. Somewhere in
>> the order of one of the first releases of m0n0 that
>> included IPSec
>> capabilities with dynamic WAN ips. It certainly can
>> be done. Exactly
>> how, I don't really remember. I had the tunnel up
>> and running reliably
>> for about 4 months before not needing it anymore.
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