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TAHER BAHASHWAN

  • Registered on: 19.09.2019
  • Last connection: 21.12.2020

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23.12.2020

13:49 strongSwan Issue #3661: StrongSwan Kernel modules were not loaded - Complied from source code
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> TBH the best way is to just not build them. Then you can't forgot to disable them later.
> You...

22.12.2020

10:25 strongSwan Issue #3661: StrongSwan Kernel modules were not loaded - Complied from source code
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> Hi,
>
> The errors are due to you using kernel-libipsec and libipsec. Don't load kernel-libi...
10:17 strongSwan Issue #3661: StrongSwan Kernel modules were not loaded - Complied from source code
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> Hi,
>
> run "make uninstall" in the directory of the sources you originally installed from.
...
08:44 strongSwan Issue #3661: StrongSwan Kernel modules were not loaded - Complied from source code
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> Hi,
>
> The errors are due to you using kernel-libipsec and libipsec. Don't load kernel-libi...

21.12.2020

16:27 strongSwan Issue #3661 (Closed): StrongSwan Kernel modules were not loaded - Complied from source code
Dears
Kindly I need your support with this setup, after I installed strongswan by compiling it from source code, n...

18.06.2020

01:02 strongSwan Issue #3480: StrongSwan process Ping replies
Tobias Brunner wrote:
> > with NAT-Disabled on Palo Alto , it is working fine with StrongSwan, but why is this scena...

12.06.2020

19:23 strongSwan Issue #3480: StrongSwan process Ping replies
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> TAHER BAHASHWAN wrote:
> > If I disable NAT-T on Palo Alto it will work, but what is the justi...

11.06.2020

17:07 strongSwan Issue #3480: StrongSwan process Ping replies
TAHER BAHASHWAN wrote:
> Noel Kuntze wrote:
> > If they actually are plain ESP, then that output is wrong, because ...
17:06 strongSwan Issue #3480: StrongSwan process Ping replies
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> If they actually are plain ESP, then that output is wrong, because 4500 is evidently the NAT-T ...
17:03 strongSwan Issue #3480: StrongSwan process Ping replies
Noel Kuntze wrote:
> If they actually are plain ESP, then that output is wrong, because 4500 is evidently the NAT-T ...

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