[strongSwan] Connect to StrongSwan Server via HTTP_PROXY
rafael.herrera at inspira.com.br
Thu Mar 8 19:12:34 CET 2018
Thank you very much guys and sorry for this basic question.
2018-03-08 7:31 GMT-03:00 Noel Kuntze <
noel.kuntze+strongswan-users-ml at thermi.consulting>:
> You can't do that, because IPsec is based on UDP and ESP, not on TCP or
> HTTP. So of course this doesn't work.
> Kind regards
> On 05.03.2018 22:20, Info wrote:
> > Nah. IPSec can carry tcp, udp, icmp, etc, but an http proxy can only
> carry http/tcp.
> > Idk about a SOCKS proxy though.
> > On 03/05/2018 01:16 PM, Rafael Herrera wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Is it possible to connect a client to StrongSwan/IPSec VPN server
> through an HTTP Proxy in between the both hosts (client and server)?
> >> Please notice that I found that it is possible using OpenVPN <
> >> --http-proxy server port [authfile] [auth-method]Connect to remote host
> through an HTTP proxy at address server and port port. If HTTP
> Proxy-Authenticate is required, authfile is a file containing a username
> and password on 2 lines, or "stdin" to prompt from console.
> >> auth-method should be one of "none", "basic", or "ntlm".
> >> Is there any similar approach that I can use with StrongSwan/IPSec?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Best Regards.
> >> --
> >> Rafael de Paula Herrera
Rafael de Paula Herrera
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