- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Registered on: 29.04.2009
- Last connection: 08.11.2018
- strongSwan (Main Developer, 29.04.2009)
- 11:46 strongSwan Wiki edit: Swanctlconf (#29)
- 11:06 strongSwan Issue #2870: DNS resolution outside of tunnel if DNS server is in remote TS
- > That would counteract the desire to have a VPN to provide privacy. Using a passthrough policy would make all traffi...
- 10:01 strongSwan Issue #2888: Virtual IP keeps changing for same client
- > So if uniqueids=no, the client would get the same IP again?
No, with _uniqueids=yes_ the old IKE_SA would get cl...
- 10:51 strongSwan Issue #2893 (Feedback): leftupdown script called multiple times
- > If leftsubnet has multiple subnets in it (for split tunneling), it appears leftupdown gets called multiple times.
- 10:49 strongSwan Issue #2889: forecast issues mark=%unique stalls connection
- > But after trying connect via IPv4 (ssh -4 email@example.com), the result was the same, e.g. connection timeout.
- 10:42 strongSwan Issue #2888: Virtual IP keeps changing for same client
- > Looks like the client be reconnecting and strongswan is not releasing the previous address and assigning a new one....
- 10:34 strongSwan Issue #2892: ipsec status flapping between ESTABLISHED and CONNECTING
- > Aso, wondering where is `ppp` interface... It must be created during connection initialization, isn't it?
- 14:46 strongSwan Issue #2892: ipsec status flapping between ESTABLISHED and CONNECTING
- > Just reading the manpage here https://linux.die.net/man/5/ipsec.conf:
That's not strongSwan's ipsec.conf man pag...
- 14:29 strongSwan Issue #2889: forecast issues mark=%unique stalls connection
- Thanks. When you try to connect with SSH, from which IP to what IP is that? Is that by any chance via IPv6? Because t...
- 14:21 strongSwan Issue #2892 (Feedback): ipsec status flapping between ESTABLISHED and CONNECTING
- > After `ipsec` service started - it makes a "successful" connection and right after it - it starting making a new co...
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