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Subject: RE: Cipe using the wrong ports..
From: Gert.Vandelaer,AT,medisearch-int,DOT,com
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 11:27:52 +0200

If one box is not using the cipe device, it sounds to me a routing issue
more than CIPE.
Are you sure that your ip-up scripts is adding the correct route for CIPE
traffic ?


                    Daniel Gibbs                                              
                    <d.gibbs@online-        To:     'Peter van den Heuvel' 
                    bills.com>              cc:     "Cipe-L (E-mail)" 
                    Sent by:                Subject:     RE: Cipe using the 
wrong ports..                                          
                    09/07/2002 06:01                                          

Hi, I've looked at the Firewalls nither seam to be blocking/nating those
Though I've figgured out (after playing with tcpdump) that ManC isn't
sending the Packets though CIPE.

So I'm baffled...
IF only it was simpaly me not adding a rule in the firewall..

Back to the drawing bord then..


ps.. I know but I couldnt be botherd + I had several ppl asking me things

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter van den Heuvel [mailto:peter,AT,bank-connect,DOT,com
Sent: 09 July 2002 04:35 PM
Cc: Cipe-L (E-mail)
Subject: Re: Cipe using the wrong ports..

> hi, I'm trying to get cipe working between two sites howver nither
> have been talking to each other..
> I found out that one of the sites seams not to be using the right
> ports.
> Does any one know why this will happend or how to stop it from
> happening.
I would think this is the consequence of NAT (or masquerading). I've run
numerous versions of cipe combined with rather rigerous firewall setups
and never overserved this behaviour otherwise.


PS. No use to strip the IP's from the config if you leave 'm in the
tcp-dump :>)

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