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  1. Thanx Rene,
    This a very clear manual. Gonna use it right away....

    Andre

  2. Thanks rené,

    My present configuration is quite the same but I don't have (yet) a subnet under the strongswan platform (this may come later).
    So I would like to configure the VPN and test it (ping, scp...) directly with the strongwan plateform and not with its subnet.
    What should I change in your configuration for it ?
    Thanks again.

  3. Rene,

    How are you using the Ubuntu server with the strongswan on it. Is it in a laptop or do you have a server. Reason for asking is I am wondering how you got the two ports. Maybe you could point me in the right direction on how to set my lab up. thank you

  4. Hi Cristopher,

    I use a HP proliant DL360 G7 with a quad NIC running VMware ESXi. Using virtual machines is a great way to test things like this. You can also use a single physical connection from your VMware server to your switch and then configure it as a trunk. Each virtual NIC in your virtual machine can then use a different VLAN.

    Rene

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