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Subject: cipe on a floppy
From: "Berghmans, Peter" <Peter.Berghmans,AT,khm,DOT,be>
Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2002 22:37:10 +0200
Title: cipe on a floppy





Hi

Like I stated earlier on this mailinglist, I was trying to put cipe on a 
floppy-based firewall/vpn solution. I use floppyfw (www.zelow.no/floppyfw) 
for this. Cipe has version 1.4.6.

The result of my work is that cipe exits with the message 'cipecb: missing 
argument: peer'. Below the steps I have done.

1. Compiled kernel 2.2.20 (with versioned symbols and ipforwarding).
2. Compiled cipe against the source of 2.2.20 (once with the option 
--disable-dyndev and once without. No difference as result).
3. Copied the new kernel, together with
????? ciped.o
????? ciped-cb
????? ip-up
????? ip-down
????? options
???? to the floppy and booted with this
4. load the module with 'insmod ciped.o'
5. check the module with lsmod (ok)
6. start the config with 'ciped-cb -o /etc/cipe/options device=cipcb0' 
(...where things go wrong)

here is the contents of 'options':

ptpaddr 10.11.14.1
ipaddr 10.0.1.7
me x.x.x.x.14:7016
peer y.y.y.y:7017
key aaaaaaaa
cttl 64
maxerr -1

As you can see, peer is there, but I don't think this is the problem.
Note: my floppyfw has only insmod as tool to handle modules. modprobe isn't 
provided. this is why I setted the --disable-dyndev option at config-time.

Is there anyone who can help me out with this?

Note: my previous question was about a segmentation fault while starting 
ciped-cb. This was because of wrong libs. This problem has been solved... So 
the libs are ok!







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