Re: openbsd router performance (i know.. again)

2012-09-27 Thread Anders Berggren
On Sep 26, 2012, at 10:05 PM, rik rikc...@gmail.com wrote: I haven't had yet the opportunity to upgrade it to -current, I'll do in the next few days. Perhaps this one will make a difference: http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvsm=134436237406664

Re: radius client /NAS server for OpenBSD

2013-05-10 Thread Anders Berggren
I am looking for a RADIUS client/NAS server that can glean accounting info like packets/bytes transferred, time connected and even kick users who exceed a threshold. I know that freeradius is in ports but I don't see any Radius client/NAS port. What's the intended use, PPPoE/L2TP LNS or

Re: Hyper-V drivers?

2013-05-26 Thread Anders Berggren
At the risk of sounding like an idiot, did you do anything particular in the OpenBSD configuration to make Hyper-V's Legacy Network Adapter work? I can't seem to make it do so--OpenBSD picks it up as de0, and I've configured /etc/hostname.de0 appropriately. The same Hyper-V setup works okay

Re: IPSec VPNs when traffic originates from a daemon on the OBSD firewall

2013-07-04 Thread Anders Berggren
When I try to do a ping or otherwise on the remote firewalls to the head office lan, I get a 'no route to host' error which implies that the IPSec vpn policy route which can be seen in the 'route show' is not being used as the source IP of the ping/payload is not going to have the firewalls

Re: IPSec VPNs when traffic originates from a daemon on the OBSD firewall

2013-07-04 Thread Anders Berggren
Perhaps you've created flows from our LAN network range only? If so, for a ping to work, you need to specify the local IP, like ping -I 192.168.1.1 192.168.2.1 how to change the source address for the 'netcat' command payload? According to http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=nc it

Re: IPSec VPNs when traffic originates from a daemon on the OBSD firewall

2013-07-04 Thread Anders Berggren
Perhaps you've created flows from our LAN network range only? If so, for a ping to work, you need to specify the local IP, like ping -I 192.168.1.1 192.168.2.1 how to change the source address for the 'netcat' command payload? According to http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=nc it

Re: IPSec VPNs when traffic originates from a daemon on the OBSD firewall

2013-07-04 Thread Anders Berggren
I'd rather not have to create extra tunnels or define VPN policies with subnets which have prefixes wider than the internal LANs. That leaves mangling, but I cannot see how I would do the mangling in PF to make it work without doing a redirect through the loopback etc.. Just wondering if

Re: Hyper-V and OpenBSD

2013-07-31 Thread Anders Berggren
This is running the latest version with all the current patches. However, each time when I create a VM instance; the network doesn't work or work properly. If I use the default NIC, it doesn't work at all; but the legacy NIC is recognized as de0. However, it gets stuck after fetching the first

Re: creating a VPN tunnel with an iPhone client

2013-12-03 Thread Anders Berggren
I'm looking for a way to connect an iPhone to the local subnet for VOIP usage through VPN. Has anyone succeeded in creating a VPN tunnel from an iPhone to OpenBSD? Yes. npppd's L2TP http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=npppd, or OpenVPN is what I have used.

Re: ipsec or iked to deploy under openbsd carp fws

2013-12-05 Thread Anders Berggren
Searching in google and reading some docs, I have several doubts about which one to choose. If I am not wrong, iked doesn't supports sasyncd, is it correct?? I am *much* happier with my use of isakmpd since I got rid of sasyncd and just rely on dead peer detection (DPD), I use ifstated to