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|0004234||Endian Firewall||Network related (VPN, uplinks)||public||2012-01-02 21:59||2012-02-03 13:51|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0004234: IPsec VPNs in Endian 2.5 unstable, stop passing data|
|Description||I have upgraded an existing firewall (clean install & reconfigure) from Endian 2.4.1 to 2.5 and the IPsec VPNs keep stopping after a few minutes. Their status shows green and if I restart them data flow will resume for another while.|
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|Attached Files|| ipsec-host-1.png [^] (61,016 bytes) 2012-01-10 09:12
ipsec-host-2.png [^] (48,729 bytes) 2012-01-10 09:12
IPSec VPN.PNG [^] (48,294 bytes) 2012-01-23 16:37
I tried to reproduce the problem in my virtual environment but I am not able to do it: the connection between my two hosts works without problem even after some hours.
I suspect the problem is related to the packet loss on the network between your hosts, but I need to verify it.
In the meanwhile, I attach the configuration I used on my systems... can you check if you did the same? If something differs, can you report it, please?
Thanks in advance!
|Any news on this?|
|Sorry, I am away from the office until Thursday, I will look at it then. However, it cannot be packet loss on the network as this configuration worked with Endian 2.4.1. I will try to upload my config files later.|
|Thank you very much!|
So I have had another attempt at this. The attached image shows one VPN to a remote Endian 2.4.1 box that says the link is Open but does not pass any traffic. This used to work when my firewall was 2.4.1. I am seeing a lot of errors for this connection:
Jan 23 16:19:57 pluto packet from 137.191.xxx.xxx:500: initial Main Mode message received on 89.101.xxx xxx:500 but no connection has been authorized with policy=PSK. Perhaps an openswan <==> strongswan interoperability issue?
Some of the other links do work intermittently.
Others are reporting similar issues:
|Since I moved to 2.5.1 this problem has not recurred.|
|Still working OK, so consider it fixed.|
|2012-01-02 21:59||Sota||New Issue|
|2012-01-05 08:46||christian-endian||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2012-01-10 09:05||lorenzo-endian||Note Added: 0007612|
|2012-01-10 09:05||lorenzo-endian||Assigned To||=> lorenzo-endian|
|2012-01-10 09:05||lorenzo-endian||Status||acknowledged => feedback|
|2012-01-10 09:12||lorenzo-endian||File Added: ipsec-host-1.png|
|2012-01-10 09:12||lorenzo-endian||File Added: ipsec-host-2.png|
|2012-01-17 09:00||christian-endian||Note Added: 0007633|
|2012-01-17 16:07||Sota||Note Added: 0007634|
|2012-01-19 14:29||christian-endian||Note Added: 0007636|
|2012-01-23 16:37||Sota||File Added: IPSec VPN.PNG|
|2012-01-23 16:41||Sota||Note Added: 0007644|
|2012-02-01 14:48||Sota||Note Added: 0007685|
|2012-02-03 13:51||Sota||Note Added: 0007693|
|2012-02-03 13:51||Sota||Status||feedback => resolved|
|2012-02-03 13:51||Sota||Resolution||open => fixed|
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