[Shorewall-users] Two VPN connections (IPSEC)
phil.foxton at intelligent-ms.com
Wed Jun 4 20:16:41 PDT 2003
Nope that didn't work......
On Wed, 2003-06-04 at 08:10, M Lu wrote:
> Tom just helped me on this issue a couple of days ago.
> This is what I do when I have 2 tunnels (subnet-subnet) to one site. You
> have 2 tunnels to 2 sites but should be similar
> ipsec net 64.128.24.x vpn,vpn2
> # You may need 2 lines here (each for diffrent remote IP)
> in /etc/shorewal/interfaces
> - ipsec0
> in /etc/shorewall/hosts
> vpn ipsec0:192.168.15.0/24
> vpn2 ipsec0:192.168.22.0/24
> and the corresponding rules and policy for vpn, vpn2 and your network.
> I hope that helps.
> M Lu.
> >From: Phil Foxton <phil.foxton at intelligent-ms.com>
> >To: shorewall-users at lists.shorewall.net
> >Subject: [Shorewall-users] Two VPN connections (IPSEC)
> >Date: 03 Jun 2003 16:57:11 +0100
> >I currently have a good setup running shorewall to protect my network at
> >home, and it works fine if I just want to have a tunnel to one site
> >(lets call it Challenge) but if I add a tunnel to another site (lets
> >call it Stony), the tunnel comes up ok (I can see from ipsec look that
> >the tunnels are there) but I cannot pass any traffic over them, even
> >though I can send traffic over the original tunnel. Any ideas?
> >Phil Foxton <phil.foxton at intelligent-ms.com>
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