[nycbug-talk] Connecting a MacOS X client to an isakmpd VPN ...

Brian A. Seklecki lavalamp at spiritual-machines.org
Fri May 4 00:44:10 EDT 2007

racoon(8) and ipsec-tools support NAT-T; it's in the 0.7x code. 
--enable--natt i believe is the compile-time flag.  UDP is definately 
supported; haven't tried TCP yet.

the UDP NAT-T works on the server for sure; haven't tried it as a client 


On Fri, 4 May 2007, David Rio Deiros wrote:

> On Thu, May 03, 2007 at 04:36:07PM -0400, Brian A. Seklecki wrote:
>> Bill Moran swears by OpenVPN; but I'm a fan of (somewhat) standards based
>> IPSec VPNs.
>> Cisco splits the difference.
>> .. and the licensing around the client is murky. But the client is readily
>> available to most.  As long as you have one PIX or VPNC3k in your network,
>> then as far as I'm concerned, you can use the client.
> I am using cisco VPN software 4.9. We have a PIX at the office though.
> NAT travesal works fine as soon as there is only one client behind the
> NAT router.
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