[strongSwan] Windows 7 IKEv2 Error
carnold at electrichendrix.com
Fri Jan 3 16:46:25 CET 2014
Sorry, this was meant to go to the list. Not directly to Martin
Sent from my iPhone
On Jan 3, 2014, at 8:31 AM, "Chris Arnold" <carnold at electrichendrix.com> wrote:
> Hi Martin. Thanks for your reply.
>> This use to work until we moved offices and got a new public ip. The
>> above leftid reflects the new public ip. I just thought about
>> something, the CN in the cert, does it need to reflect the new public
>>> No, authentication works independent of payload encryption in IKEv2, so
>>> anything wrong with your credentials wouldn't fail that way.
>>> More likely is a fragmentation issue: Windows 7 sends a certificate
>>> request for each and every CA it knows about, sometimes summing up to
>>> several KB of CERTREQs. If these fragments are not reassembled
>>> completely/correctly, decryption fails.
> I see a lot of this in the log:
> received cert request for unknown ca with keyid 0e:ac:82:60:40:56:27:97:e5:25:13:fc:2a:e1:0a:53:95:59:e4:a4
> 12[IKE] received cert request for unknown ca with keyid dd:bb:bd:86:9c:7f:07:ed:40:e3:1b:08:ef:ce:c4:d1:88:cd:3b:15
> 12[IKE] received cert request for unknown ca with keyid 4a:5e:75:22:ad:46:bf:a4:08:9d:39:97:4e:bd:b4:a3:60:f7:a0:1d
> 12[IKE] received cert request for unknown ca with keyid 01:f0:33:4f:1a:a1:e9:bb:5b:4b:a9:de:43:bc:02:7d:57:09:33:fb
> 12[IKE] received cert request for "C=US, ST=NC, L=Durham, O=Edens Land Corp, OU=ELC, CN=Jarrod, E=email address"
> 12[IKE] received cert request for unknown ca with keyid 34:4f:50:2e:25:69:31:91:bd:f7:73:5e:ab:f5:86:8d:37:82:40:ec
>>> I'd try to identify how many fragments you see for this IKE_AUTH, and if
>>> they get reassembled correctly on the strongSwan end.
> How do i identify how many fragments for this IKE_AUTH?
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