Thanks for the replies from both of you. The AH point is a good one... specifically the thing I'll need to know. I notified the other party and as soon as I get him off his duff we'll give it a try.

Colin Watson wrote:

As I understand it, traffic over an IPSEC link flows over standard ports -
it's just encapsulated in an ESP packet (or just has data encrpyted if it's
transport mode). Port 500 is used for the IKE daemon to negotiate the
connection with the other point. The Kame URL: http://www.kame.net/racoon/
under the 'How can I play' heading has a number of tutorials varying in
depth. I hope that helps

Colin.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin Berrien" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 11:26 PM
Subject: Re: IPSec Tunnel w/Racoon between BSD boxes - linksys routers




To answer my own question, looks as if 7000, 7002, 500. Or just 500?

Kevin Berrien wrote:



I'm looking for tunnel between two 4.8-stable boxes using
IPSEC/Racoon. However, both boxes are protected by Linksys
cable/router's. Thus, the BSD
boxes are behind the routers. I took a general gandor through the
docs, websites... through which ports would this traffic flow.. and is
this fairly possible?



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