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Subject: RE: CIPE Connection
From: SBNelson,AT,thermeon,DOT,com
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 16:20:39 +0200

That setup is valid (a system with one NIC behind a firewall), but the first
thing I think of is this: is the firewall allowing UDP port 9000 to pass
through?  Use a program (tcpdump?) to see what packets are going through the
system, both UDP port 9000 and the unencrypted data.

> Ich have a setup consiting to one machine acting as a firewall with a
> external and an internal nic and one machine with a public ip (which has
> only one nic and is behind a firewall) 
> I opened up port 9000 on both sides. I can start the cipe on both
> machines. But there are no packets going through. 
> Is it possible to establish a cipe with only one nic ? As i have done a
> cipe setup before (between two firewalls) and had no problems, the only
> differnce is that this time one machine has only one nic. 
> 
> any ideas ? 
> 
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