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To: Tom Vier <tmvier,AT,triadsys,DOT,com>
Subject: Re: what goes in /etc/cipe/peers/?
From: Tom Mander <tom,AT,proximity,DOT,com,DOT,au>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 11:45:46 +1000
Cc: cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
In-reply-to: <1098124180.3433.8.camel@celery>
References: <1098124180.3433.8.camel@celery>


I don't know he debian startup scripts, but my guess is that debian
is just expecting the options files to be in /etc/cipe/peers as you
have untuited. It is a matter to work out what it is expecting it
to be called (you can send me a copy of the script if you like).
Look for -o arguments for the ciped daemon.

Note, once you have things running, you'll want a stronger key
like as suggested by using: ps -auxw | md5sum


Tom Vier wrote:
i'm a little confused how to setup cipe. the book i have says to setup
/etc/cite/options.arp like this (with ip's swapped on the client):

key     test
ipup    /etc/cipe/arp/ip-up
ipdown  /etc/cipe/arp/ip-down
debug   true
maxerr -1

but the debian startup script wants something in /etc/cipe/peers/. i've
tried copying options.arp to different names (vpn, cipcb0) in peers/,
but it still doesn't work. this is in syslog:

Oct 18 13:47:49 opteron-prime ciped-cb[18288]: CIPE daemon vers 1.6.0
(c) Olaf Titz 1996-2003
Oct 18 13:47:49 opteron-prime ciped-cb[18288]: missing argument: pee

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