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- strongSwan (Editor, 09.03.2017)
- 16:26 strongSwan Issue #3606 (Feedback): Using ipsec tunnel from "foreign" subnet
Traffic received by an IPsec peer is always checked against the negotiated IPsec policies, so even if you chan...
- 13:29 strongSwan Issue #3605 (Rejected): L2tp VPN
- That doesn't look like strongSwan but Openwan or Libreswan. Pluto/whack wasn't supported or container in any strongSw...
- 17:20 strongSwan Wiki edit: HelpRequests (#27)
- 15:01 strongSwan Issue #3598: swanctl on Windows: Support aborting execution
- No, it's just the version I could test. I think that never worked.
- 16:40 strongSwan Issue #3600: Strongswan and Fortigate IPv6 over IPv4 Ref. Issue #3432
- Yes, just use the "include" directive. You can split it into, AFAIK, an unlimited number of files.
- 16:33 strongSwan Issue #3600: Strongswan and Fortigate IPv6 over IPv4 Ref. Issue #3432
- I see. So no further issues?
- 16:18 strongSwan Issue #3600 (Feedback): Strongswan and Fortigate IPv6 over IPv4 Ref. Issue #3432
I don't see a secrets section in your swanctl.conf.
Did you configure your secrets?
- 12:43 strongSwan Issue #3598 (Feedback): swanctl on Windows: Support aborting execution
- As of version 5.9.0, aborting execution of swanctl is not possible if it waits for data on the socket.
This is desir...
- 13:24 strongSwan Issue #3530: Can i run multiple charon daemon on the linux host
- Tzen use the @include@ directive. The included file doesn't need to actually exist when the first file is loaded.
- 01:34 strongSwan Issue #3530: Can i run multiple charon daemon on the linux host
- You can do that without running two different daemons. Just specify the two different local IPs in the config file, i...
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