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  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. Hello Nguyen

    strongSwan has some EAP and mobility extensions that can be useful for enterprise networks. However, the reason why you would use strongSwan for such a connection is primarily because it is a software package that has widespread use, and you will see it frequently in corporate networks. For this reason, it is a good idea to understand how to interconnect with it, as you may be called upon to make such a connection. Because it is well documented and maintained, it is likely that you will encounter it in the marketplace.

    Although much of what stro

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