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Subject: Two Cipes
From: Manuela Guandalini <guandam,AT,gcs-mbh,DOT,de>
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 16:34:00 +0200

Hi u all,
i've already read the mails about connecting three internal nets thanks
to two CIPE options files and tried to make it work.
Now i got machine A connectet to B throu cipcb0 with key0 and port0.
It works great.
Machine A should connect to C throu cipcb1, with key1and port1. This?
won't work.
Machine A has a uptodated firewall, which really uses the same rules
for machine B and C.
Machine B and C have the same old firewall with identical rules (different
ips, of course :)) ).
The routing tabels are doing fine, thanks.
On machine A 'ifconfig' shows cipcb0 to ptp B and
???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
cipcb1 to ptp C.
On both machine B and C it shows cipcb0 to ptp A.
Everything works fine. The connection between A and C..... just doesn't
take place.
On machine C i put debug=3 and got often such a warning:

cipcb: sa=C04C9........
cipcb0: real src <ip.von.machine.A> dst <ip.of.machine.C>
len 89
cipcb0: returning 112 flags - 102096......
Does anybody knows, what the h* it means and how to solve the problem.
Perhaps a further information: machine B is preatty near to machine
A, but C is faaaaaar away.
With traceroute i got 14 hops between A and B, 17 hops between A and
C.
?
Thanks for your help.
Manu.



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