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Old 05-10-2010, 10:58 PM   #1
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Problem with IPsec Host to Host Configuration

Hi all,
i am trying to configure an IPsec based Host to Host Vpn (PSK) using openswan 2.6 on my Centos machines.Me having two Static IPs and and is coming through two ADSL lan Configuartion is for one modem and modem's nternal Ip is and Second is configured as and Modem's internal Ip is i am trying to configure IPSEC host to Host between two these networks.Configuration is made on ans both modem Port 500 (UDP) is NAT towards corresponding is my Configuartion.Also enabled ip forwarding in both machines.

config setup
conn net-to-net
left=122.*.*.* (Static IP)
right=69.*.*.* (Static IP)

122.*.*.*.* 69.*.*.* : PSK "linuxisbetterthanwindows"

The same configuration is made on the right hand side.I think its problem with working behind the NAT.How can i solve the Issue.Any hep wil be appreciated.



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