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Re: IPsec vs ssh
On Nov 11, 5:33pm, Christos Zoulas wrote:
} On Nov 11, 2:18pm, jnemeth%cue.bc.ca@localhost (John Nemeth) wrote:
} | } I beg to differ. I am using xl2tpd (from pkgsrc) with IPSEC/NAT-T
} | } to provide an L2TP gateway for my iphone and MacOS/X box and it works
} | } just fine (under /current). I bet android and windows are simple to
} | } get working too.
} | This sound like the NetBSD side has a public address and is
} | acting as the "server". What happens if the NetBSD side has a
} | private address?
} I will try and let you know. You want the NetBSD side to be behind NAT,
} and NetBSD to be initiating the connection, right?
Yep. Would be kind of hard for the other side to initiate
the connection. :-> Of course, Darren said he was using KAME,
and you would be using FAST_IPSEC given that KAME was removed from
-current. So even if your test passes (which would be good news),
it doesn't mean that Darren's setup would work. I could update my
laptop and try, but it would probably be a few days for me to build,
install, and test.
}-- End of excerpt from Christos Zoulas
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