Farzin Falahati farzin.falahati at gmail.com
Sun Feb 23 05:06:40 UTC 2014

thanks Matthias but you know i should do this for my project and for that i
must use ipsec-tools(racoon) to create an ipsec tunnel between my two LANs.
so i just want to know if it is possible to create an ipsec tunnel by using
racoon between a FreeBSD system and a cisco router. is it possible???

On Sat, Feb 22, 2014 at 1:29 PM, Matthias Apitz <guru at unixarea.de> wrote:

> El día Saturday, February 22, 2014 a las 01:14:19PM +0330, Farzin Falahati
> escribió:
> > thank you Matthias for your reply but vpnc is a client used for accessing
> > remote user to a LAN via ipsec tunnel while i want to have an ipsec
> tunnel
> > between two lan networks. i mean i want to connect two seperated remote
> lan
> > to each other via an ipsec tunnel over the internet. in order to do that,
> > i'm using ipsec-tool (racoon) to create ipsec tuunel between my lan and a
> > cisco router which is member of another lan.
> > is it possible to have an ipsec tunnel between two lan (from freebsd in
> > lan1 to a cisco router in lan2)?
> Ofc, it is a client. But, once you have the connection established, the
> rest is just a matter of routing, i.e. behind your FreeBSD could be any
> kind of LAN; just enable gateway via rc.conf and proper routings.
>         matthias
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