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Mike E

  • Registered on: 18.04.2017
  • Last connection: 02.05.2017

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09.05.2017

12:54 strongSwan Bug #2315: FreeBSD server stops routing new connections after 16k connects/disconnects
I'm looking at implementing some code to re-use freed reqids. Are there any known pitfalls that need to be considered...

04.05.2017

10:41 strongSwan Bug #2315: FreeBSD server stops routing new connections after 16k connects/disconnects
Nothing at all was logged by the kernel.
09:19 strongSwan Bug #2315: FreeBSD server stops routing new connections after 16k connects/disconnects
This is what it looks like when a failed connection is up:...

03.05.2017

23:55 strongSwan Bug #2315 (Closed): FreeBSD server stops routing new connections after 16k connects/disconnects
After cycling through 16k 'ipsec up' and 'ipsec down' commands from the client, the server will stop establishing com...
23:29 strongSwan Bug #2313: 5.5.2 client fails to connect after 256 connections using freebsd 11
Works great, thanks!

02.05.2017

17:05 strongSwan Bug #2313: 5.5.2 client fails to connect after 256 connections using freebsd 11
Hi Tobias,
The freebsd tun driver has the ability to return the lowest unused tun device by opening "/dev/tun" (s...
14:04 strongSwan Bug #2313 (Closed): 5.5.2 client fails to connect after 256 connections using freebsd 11
FreeBSD Strongswan client fails to connect after 256 ipsec up/ipsec down commands.
Using latest version from port...

18.04.2017

14:39 strongSwan Issue #2303: reload of letsencrypt certs causing connection issues
I've confirmed that was the issue (private key not existing for the cert). Running @ipsec rereadsecrets@ after the re...
13:43 strongSwan Issue #2303: reload of letsencrypt certs causing connection issues
Ok, that makes sense. I'll test to make sure that works. I wonder if that could explain why the old cert doesn't get ...
13:24 strongSwan Issue #2303: reload of letsencrypt certs causing connection issues
The way I'm doing is is replacing the old file (leftcert and its key) and then issuing a reload without touching ipse...

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