Nortel 2600 VPN Switch and IPSEC

Nortel 2600 VPN Switch and IPSEC

Post by Robert McDona » Tue, 12 Feb 2002 04:38:47

Ok, here's the current setup.  I have a Linux 7.2 Gateway that uses Ip
Masq for my internal LAN via ipchains, no ports are currently being
blocked.  I need to use the Nortel 2600 Contivity Client software on
my computers within my LAN to connect to another company's VPN switch.
 The Nortel 2600 needs the following open, UDP/IP 500, AH Protocol 50
and Protocol 51.  I am not familiar with IPSEC so I need to know how
to setup IPSEC on my linux gateway so that my internal LAN can connect
to the other company's VPN.



1. Connecting a Nortel VPN client through OpenBSD (2.9) to Nortel VPN Switch

I am trying to allow a system on my local net (using Nortel Extranet Access
Client) to connect through my OpenBSD Gateway (ver 2.9) to my companies
Nortel VPN Switch. I have been reading a ton on esp, gre, a possible patch
to ipf but nothing seems to work and there are no definitive howto's?

Any suggestions (and please not buy a LinkSys/DLink/NetGEAR home broadband
gateway - I want to do this with my OpenBSD box and it should be possible
either via proxy or passthrough?)

Thanks in advance,

- will

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