I'm now configuring strongswan server and want to test using strongswan android client.
I configured ipsec.conf, strongswan.conf and ipsec.secrets as follows and I could not login from the android client.
Can anybody please give me some advice or suggestion what I did wrong?
curious on how to restrict strongswan MTU size without reducing the MTU on the physical interface on which it's running. I'm finding lots of ways to do it via iptables MSS clamping, but that appears to only work for TCP; strongswan (5.1.3) appears to be using encapsulated UDP, as far as my packet captures can tell.
I have found several guides to set up a l2tp VPN using openSwan, but I'd like to use strongSwan because I'm setting up a ikev2 VPN aswell, and I can't do it with openSwan.
Do you know if there's a way to apply openSwan settings to strongSwan to set up a l2tp vpn?
I think this is a ubuntu question but also involves strongswan so my apologies if I am posting to the improper place. I need some advice on using NAT with strongswan in an AWS VPC. The VPN negotiates a connection but I cannot ping the far host 172.16.1.52 and I am told ICMP is open on the far end. What if anything am I missing?
I'm trying to implement a strongswan solution for a site to site tunnel between me and a third party vendor. My tunnel establishes fine between myself and the vendor however I am wondering if this is the correct way of doing this?
When I attempt to telnet to a specific port/host on the remote end I don't see any traffic hit the tunnel or my counters increase.