ipsec ipcomp between FreeS/WAN 2.04 and FreeBSD 5.2
kfl at xiphos.ca
Thu Apr 29 07:41:21 PDT 2004
I have fixed IPComp for tunnel mode in FreeBSD 4.8 (I still need to
cleanup the code). I beleive it should be easy for you to apply the
diffs to FreeBSD 5.2. I will contact the Kame group and try to see how I
can deleiver the patch. Since the R&D was done on the company's time I
would like to have myself and Xiphos mentionned in realsing the patch.
Xiphos Technologies Inc
Marco Berizzi wrote:
>I'm running an interop issue with IPSec tunnels
>between FreeS/WAN and FreeBSD 5.2
>Without IPComp tunnel are successfully established.
>With IPComp enabled tunnel are again successfully
>established but there is no traffic flow.
>This is my setkey init (FreeBSD box side):
>/usr/local/sbin/setkey -c <<EOF
>spdadd 10.1.2.0/24 10.1.1.0/24 any -P in ipsec
>spdadd 10.1.1.0/24 10.1.2.0/24 any -P out ipsec
>However with this kind of init file FreeS/WAN is dropping packet coming from the FreeBSD box.
>Michael Richardson (fsw mantainer) reply me telling:
>"... The packets that racoon is telling the system to build
>would appear to have been constructed like:
>orig IPsrc = 10.1.1.1,IPdst = 10.1.2.1
>* IPsrc = 172.16.1.247,IPdst=172.16.1.226
>outer IPsrc = 172.16.1.247,IPdst=172.16.1.226
>[...] This packet format is in error. It defeats most of the point of using
>IPcomp, which is to compress the inner-IP header out. It appears that a new
>IP header has been added.
>If the 2.6.0 kernel accepts this, then I wonder what other things it
>might accept! The IPIP header marked "*" is completely superfluous and
>a waste of 20 bytes. ..."
>The full thread available at https://lists.freeswan.org/archives/design/2003-December/msg00032.html
>The thread is about FreeS/WAN and kernel 2.6 (2.6 IPSec stack is a KAME based). However Linux 2.6 and FreeBSD have the same behaviour.
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