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Old 05-28-2007, 01:55 AM   #1
bence8810
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Racoon connect to VPN with Pre shared key and Xauth - need some help


Hi

I am trying to connect to a Netscreen VPN box with Racoon. My ipsec-tools is at ver 0.6.6

If there is only a pre-shared key for authentication, I can connect without a problem. However I need to have psk and xauth together, and I cannot change that scenarrio.

With only psk, in the racoon.conf I have this:

Code:
authentication_method pre_shared_key;
What do I need instead of that when needing psk and xauth thereafter?

I found some pages referring to something like this:

Code:
xauth_psk_client
But I am unsure if that is what I need, and also I dont have this as an option in my racoon.conf when I check the man page.

Any help is appreciated,

Thanks

Ben
 
  


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