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daytron
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« on: Wednesday 11 February 2009, 09:38:00 pm »

Hello,

I thought I'd post the details on getting Endian (2.2RC3) to talk to Redhat/Centos (5.x) using a network-to-network IPSEC tunnel.

Endian uses openswan/pluto, RH/Centos uses KAME/racoon. Following the RH/Centos doc for establishing a networ-to-network tunnel between two RH/Centos boxes is dead easy. However what is not documented is that by default both AH and ESP encryption are used in stage 2. By default, Endian/openswan only uses ESP encryption.

The easiest solution is to disbale AH encryption on the RH/Centos end using the AH_PROTO directive in the ifcfg-ipsecX file:

TYPE=IPSEC
#Started out of rc.local
ONBOOT=no
IKE_METHOD=PSK
AH_PROTO=none
SRCGW=192.168.0.11
DSTGW=192.168.2.1
SRCNET=192.168.0.0/24
DSTNET=192.168.2.0/24
DST=RED_IP_of_Endian_Box

Then in endian, use:

IKE - 3DES, SHA, DH Group 2
ESP - 3DES, SHA1, Phase 1 group
aggressive mode (optional)
Perfect Forward Secrecy

That config is directly compatable with the default RH/Centos ipsec config. You could just select everything but that wastes time in the setup negotiation.

I hope this saves someone else a lot of time/effort!
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