it is a bridged netopia :)
thing is I am trying to connect to my firewall via IPSec and for the
longest time suspected the FW. Then I tried connecting to the other WAN
port directly via ethernet and that worked immediately. So the fault
must lie with the modem or eircom ...
On 03/04/11 15:21, FRLinux wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 11:43 PM, Bernhard Rohrer<graylion at sm-wg.net> wrote:
>> after a lot of pain I just found out that my eircom modem, even in bridge
>> modem doesn't pass IPSec (UDP/500). does anybody know whether this is
>> endemic or may be a hardware issue with my modem?
> Telling us the modem type and model might help :)
>> I'd be quite surprised if I couldn't. Most Netopias support it too so
> don't see what might prevent you from doing it. Keep in mind that I
> hardly ever use my provider's modem, and if I do, I use it bridged and
> have never seen anything blocked (apart from some IPv6 silliness...)
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