So, the results are the following: Clean install of debian server, installing all the requirements in order to do "make deb". 1. If I do "make deb" with the applied patch, the clients can't connect anymore. (they're getting error 809, that error that requires to change AssumeUDPEncapsulationContextOnSendrule to value "2". 2. If I do "make deb" WITHOUT the applied patch, using the exactly same configure files, they can connect instantly.
Here you can find debug=all of ipsec using the patch -> https://pastebin.com/raw/rT42uiE8 Thank you! 2018-04-12 23:59 GMT+03:00 Mircea Troaca <mircea.tro...@net.ase.ro>: > After I applied the patch with a success and installing the .deb package > worked like a charm. > But.. the problems appears again.. > After installing the .deb with dpkg, when I try, as a client, to connect > to the server, on windows I am getting 809 error (that retarded thing which > makes u modify windows registry and set value 2 on AssumeUDPEncapsulation) > with the EXACTLY same config of ipsec.. > > Thank you for everything so far. > > 2018-04-12 20:01 GMT+03:00 Paul Wouters <p...@nohats.ca>: > >> On Thu, 12 Apr 2018, Mircea Troaca wrote: >> >> Excuse my "stupidity".. but, how? :D >>> I am running on a debian 9 server >>> >> >> once you have the proper buildessentials installed, you can try this: >> >> wget download.libreswan.org/libreswan-3.23.tar.gz >> tar zxf libreswan-3.23.tar.gz >> cd libreswan-3.23 >> patch -p1 -s < /path/to/file.patch >> make deb >> >> Paul >> > >
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