[strongSwan] Strongswan on public Amazon EC2 instance
john.gathm at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 22:40:09 CEST 2016
Hi Strongswan User list
I am trying to do a fake "site to site" IPSec tunnel to a service provider.
My instance of Strongswan in hosted on an Amazon EC2 instance, and I am
trying to reach a service on a server behind a Cisco VPN gateway
I am trying to do the following thing (IP are fake)
Amazon EC2 instance:
188.8.131.52/32 (dummy linux interface &fake local subnet, only one ip for
the instance, this is my leftsubnet
private EC2 IP:
AWS NAT internet gateway EC2 IP
public EC2 IP
Cisco VPN public IP:
Cisco Private IP:
Server to access
192.168.0.5 (righsubnet = 192.168.0.5/24)
I manage to get the ipsec tunnel up and running (stable in "ipsec
statusall"), however I cannot get to reach 192.168.0.5 from my EC2
instance, using interface 184.108.40.206
first question is
1) is it possible to reach the remote server through the Strongswan IPSEC
gateway itself ?
2) does it require special routes& policies not added by Strongswan ?
3) would you recommend another setup than using a dummy interface ?
thanks for any hints
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