Re: FreeS/WAN from behind NAT
From: email@example.com (luke)
Date: 2 Apr 2003 05:02:21 -0800
Dan Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> Can someone answer a question for me?
> I want to use FreeS/WAN to connect two linux machines across the 'Net.
> The machines are behind NATing firewalls. I can control every aspect
> of the firewalls, but I can't reboot or disconnect them easily. The
> ultimate goal is to have both of the target machines become the
> NAT/Firewall/Router for their respective networks, but for testing
> purposes, I would like to experiment with two machines behind the
> currently working setup (with private IPs).
> Real question: Can I VPN from one to the other by forwarding the
> correct ports?
Could not give you the details, but I belive that ipsec will drop up
any packets that have been altered by a router. There may well be a
way round this. Google around, but find out first before investing
lots of time.
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