[strongSwan] "signal of type SIGINT received. Shutting down" ?

Hoggins! hoggins at radiom.fr
Thu Jan 25 19:31:54 CET 2018

Le 25/01/2018 à 19:25, Jafar Al-Gharaibeh a écrit :
> On 1/25/2018 11:35 AM, Hoggins! wrote:
>> I'm just trying to make sure that I'm able to fine select different
>> types of traffic on outbound UDP 4500 (we use NAT-T), and right now it
>> seems that I'm still also catching "data" packets.
> If you set the DSCP bit for the IKE packets you should be able to use
> that with "tc",  which I'm assuming you use for traffic shaping, to
> set the priority high to get them through. You mentioned that you use
> ikedscp=101110
> Which should be all you need in strongSwan config. The other part is
> getting  tc configuration right to make sure it does what you think it
> does.  You don't need iptables rules.
> --Jafar
Actually, I'm first marking packets according to certain rules, and then
matching these marks with tc, but doing it with one additional step
(matching DSCP in iptables, setting a specific mark, then matching this
mark with tc) should be acceptable.

The thing is that I was not sure I was actually able to discriminate
between IKE packets and data packets, but the trick from Simon Deziel
might be very helpful.

Thanks !

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