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Old 30th October 2008
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Smile ipsec with client nat

hi all

i have obsd 4.3 box fresh install.
i want setup obsd become vpn gateway for mobile user.
i have try from site to site vpn with ipsec and openbsd is working.
They i try configure my obsd as vpn gateway who client is mobile using ms xp prof + sp2 with connection 3G from operatror cellular.
i chek that connection is go more than 3 network , i paste result tracert to vpn-gateway :

C:\Documents and Settings\user>tracert ipaddres-vpn-gateway

Tracing route to over a maximum of 30 hops

1 385 ms 389 ms 379 ms
2 306 ms 369 ms 377 ms
3 341 ms 379 ms 379 ms
4 328 ms 379 ms *
5 358 ms 369 ms 368 ms 3G-mobile.access.cellularphone.com[122.xxx.xxx.xxx
6 303 ms 359 ms 359 ms 122.xxx.xxx.xxx
7 303 ms 339 ms 359 ms 122.xxx.xxx.xxx
8 310 ms 349 ms 359 ms vpn-gateway

Trace complete.

C:\Documents and Settings\user>

ok that is my problem, the question is how to make obsd as vpn gateway and working client who connect to vpn gateway
best regards
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