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ISAKMPD and DHCP Newbie: Don't shoot
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org, ho_(_at_)_crt_(_dot_)_se
- Subject: ISAKMPD and DHCP Newbie: Don't shoot
- From: smoothsoft <smoothsoft_(_at_)_home_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 18:19:57 -0500
I'm trying to setup an @home cable modem to our office using IPSEC and
OpenBSD 2.9. I have DHCP running fine and actually have a nice little
home gateway running (bye-bye D-Link and Linksys...thank god)...
Anyway, I looked through a number of threads and have found just a
couple of instances of my scenario. One gentleman mentioned removing
the Local-ID directive and another mentioned removing "Listen on =" in
the isakmpd.conf file. That's all well and good. What do I do after that?
I noticed that in the [Phase 1] directive in isakmpd.conf there seems to
be static IP there. What is done here when DHCP is used? If someone
could shed just a little light on this for me it would be appreciated.
Maybe a sample config similar to the East/West stuff in 2.9. Also I
need to know what IP filters to set in my firewall as well. Basically
the whole enchilada....