Re: Cipe Win32 Problems|
Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>|
Tue, 31 Dec 2002 17:34:07 +0100|
Use DebugView (by Mark Russinovich) to watch the debug messages. Make sure
that the IP address of the peer is correct and that the Windows box itself
can send to that address. I presume that you can see the Linux box's packets
hitting the Windows box ?
On Monday 30 December 2002 08:32 pm, you wrote:
> can you recommend a troubleshooting methodology for the Win32 side of a
> Win32 to Linux VPN. When running "cipsrvr console" on the Windows 2000
> workstation I see it bringing the peer up and it says it is initiating a
> CT_PING I sniff the network st the same time and see no packets from
> the windows machine. Any suggestions?
> On Mon, 2002-12-30 at 08:47, Damion Wilson wrote:
> CIPE-Win32 doesn't use hostnames yet, only dotted quad IP addresses.
> It's on my list of things to do (as well as rewriting the control panel
> applet). For that matter, I didn't know that CIPE was using hostnames
> On Monday 30 December 2002 09:26 am, Jack Britton wrote:
> > I have a RedHat 8 (kernel 188.8.131.52) running CIPE 1-4.5-11. I have
> > several CIPE interfaces configured on the server so that several road
> > warriors can attach to it and gain access to the network. I can
> > connect to any of the listening interfaces with my RedHat 8
> > (kernel-1.4.18-19.8.0) running CIPE 1.4.5-11.
> > I have installed cipe-Win32 (pre 15) on a basic Windows 2000 SP 0
> > desktop and cannot connect. I ran tcpdump -i <interfacename> on the
> > linux server and never saw a packet hit the box. It is as if cipe
> > was not trying to connect with the linux box.
> > I was running cipsrvr console on the Windows side to trouble shoot.
> > It shows the peer coming up and shows Cipe sending a CT_PING message
> > and then stops. I dont see any traffic on my network using ethereal.
> > Just for Info
> > CIPE Win32 CIPE LINUX
> > IP 0.0.0.0 Port 7779 IP cipe.hostname.com Port
> > 7779 PEER IP cipe.hostname.com Port 7779 PEER IP 0.0.0.0 Port
> > 7779 local cipe ip 192.168.5.6 local cipe ip 192.168.5.5
> > ptp cipe ip 192.168.5.5 ptp cipe ip 192.168.5.6
> > Any ideas??
> > Regards,
> > Jack Britton
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