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I am having trouble getting traffic through an ipsec gateway in tunnel
mode. I have a client on a private net connecting to a 2.6 gateway
running iptables and ipsec. What I would like to happen is all traffic
from the client is encrypted and sent down the tunnel to the gateway
where it is decrypted then sent off to the Internet then back. This is
being done on a wired net now for testing but the ultimate goal is to
replace WEP with ipsec for my wireless clients.I am able to pass
traffic through the gateway when the security policy is disabled. I
can also establish a tunnel and pass traffic between the gateway and
the client but no further.
** Note the iptables script is overly simple to avoid confusion but
it works for now.
I am using the KAME tools in userland, here are the configs.
Problem solved ! Upgrade! I installed 2.6.3 and got the cvs version of ipsec-tools and BLAMO it works .. Still working out how to talk with other clients on the same subnet! With the above config all traffic is encrypted sent down the tunnel to the gateway. When I figure it out I will post a reply .. unless someone beats me to it.