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Old 27th June 2008
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Default Multiple IPSEC Tunnel problem

This is a real poser.

I admin servers in 13 offices. Currently I have hub -spoke set up for VPN.

This means 12 servers connect to a central server via ipsec tunnels. They the get routed to other subnets from that central server.

I would like to change this and have all servers directly VPN to each other.

However, the only server that I can get to do more than one tunnel.

I am using gifs, I am using unique, not required. (Although on the central box I have always used required without any problems). The servers are all FreeBSD. The oldest is the central server FreeBSD 5.3. The rest are either 6.1 or7.0.

I am completely befuddled here. Any help would be appreciated.

I'll post conf's if asked.

Cheers,
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Old 28th June 2008
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Better to ask on freebsd mailing lists, I doubt that here anybody uses ipsec.
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