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Subject: Re: "Decryption CRC failed." on W2K to Linux
From: Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 16:31:33 +0100
In-reply-to: <1200.68.97.41.232.1042412566.squirrel@mail.plexserve.com>

It seems as though one of the static keys is wrong. It appears that the 
static 
key that the Windows side is sending is correct but the messages encrypted 
with the key being sent from the Linux side are failing decryption.

DKW

On Sunday 12 January 2003 07:02 pm, Nathan Nichols wrote:
> I have a RedHat 8.0 machine and a W2K Pro desktop that I'm testing CIPE
> with.  I've ripped out the old CIPE stuff out of RedHat, including the old
> cipe.o module.
>
> I recompiled CIPE 1.5.4 from source and installs it.  I'm running
> CIPE-Win32 v2.0 pre15 on the Windows 2000 Pro machine.  Both machines are
> on the same LAN for testing.
>
> It appears that the link is up, but I'm seeing errors on the Windows side.
>
> Decryption CRC failed. CRC=[47f9f7e4][d163f06c]
> Decryption CRC failed. CRC=[ed88d555][f0d5aff4]
> Decryption CRC failed. CRC=[ffd999f6][ef876a71]
> [(untitled)] Sending CT_PING message
> [(untitled)] NK_IND: Using peer's new key for decryption. Sending NK_ACK.
> CRC=3edd80ee
>
> The RedHat box isn't listing any errors, but is scrolling messages about a
> new peer being established after each key exchange.
>
> For now, I'm using the options file that is included in the samples
> directory.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks!
> Nathan Nichols





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