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I'm looking for log file in openswan that describe the connection between two
peers and show all messages from the OPENSWAN but I can't fitd him
so if somebody know how can I see it write me
give this command which will show somewhat more detail when you are establishing your connection,
ipsec auto --show --verbose --up connection-name
where connection-name is the name you have given to the connection of two peers in ipsec.conf,
plus you can also view the /var/log/messages
this also gives log messages of openswan vpn,
if you found anything else then this then share it with me and yes if you are not at all satisfied with this answer then you can subscribe to the users mailing list maintained on openswan website, go there subscribe to it and you can put your questions as well as you can browse through all the previous mails in that mailing list.
zaeem, please don't post the same thing in multiple forums. Also, don't hijack other people's threads and/or resurrect dead ones. Seriously, even if you're a brand new member this sort of thing should be common sense. Thread closed.