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RedHat ES3 IPSEC and SnapGear IPSEC

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I have several SnapGear units talking to redhat 9 using freeswan ipsec fine. Both are using Freeswan although the snapgear is of course embedded linux on a coldfire processor.

The new RedHat ES3 ( Enterprise Server 3 )has ipsec backported from the 2.6 Kernel and "racoon" instead of Freeswan. There is a nice ipsec setup tab in the new redhat-config-network gui.

I am attempting to get them to talk using a preshared secret. The Snapgear reports that it is negotiating Phase 2 whilst the RedHat system seems to be stuck "Finding a policy". Alas I am not that familiar with debuging this type of connection.

the setup and log file output are at:
http://www.cyberpro.com.au/log.txt

Can anyone help.
TIA
Ian Ward
support@cyberpro.com.au

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by gavin In reply to RedHat ES3 IPSEC and Snap ...

1. you may want to check out if racoon is vpn certified by VPNC.

2. Make sure that the configuration in phase 2 is the same for both the devices.

3. Might need to get help from snapgear themself.

Good day.

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