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Essential Mac OS X Panther Server Administration Integrating Mac OS X Server into Heterogeneous Networks. By Michael Bartosh, Ryan Faas Publisher: O'Reilly Media Release Date: February 2009 Pages: 848 Read on O'Reilly Online Learning with a 10-day trial Re: [Ipsec-tools-devel] racoon weird behaviour Kernel 18.104.22.168, vanilla kernel patched with IMQ devices (not in use at the moment). Debian Sarge, up-to-date, racoon-0.5-4, ipsec-tools-0.5-4 (deb-source from "unstable" compiled on the machine itself) On the other end of the tunnel 2 SonicWalls Tele3. IPsec-Tools racoon Daemon ISAKMP Fragments Handling Denial Systems are vulnerable only if fragmentation is enabled in IPsec Tools. A successful exploit could cause the racoon daemon to terminate unexpectedly, resulting in a DoS condition.. Apple fixed the vulnerability in Mac OS X with updates that were previously documented in Alert 19381. Something like "Extensions Manager" for OS X? | MacRumors May 02, 2014
I use a VPN from my Mac (OS X El Capitan). It works fine everywhere except for one particular guest Wifi network, where I simply cannot connect to the VPN: it shows "Connecting" in the menub
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Mar 17, 2011 · The built-in Cisco VPN client introduced in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard has the habit of disconnecting itself when re-keying should be performed but fails after about 48 minutes up to one hour. This timeout issue has been fixed in Mac OS X 10.6.4. In versions of Mac OS X 10.6.0 up to 10.6.3, the problem can be worked around by increasing the re-keying period to e.g. 1 week.
IPsec on Mac OS X Panther? - Slashdot VPN Tracker had to release a new racoon binary to get point to multipoint to work. (This is only an issue if you must connect from a fixed IP address and almost no one does this anymore.) The racoon IPSec stack in OSX is based on the kame (kame.org) project. See afp548.com for a writeup on how to get the whole thing working via the command line. Shimo 2.0.9 | Macworld Shimo was a welcome solution that offered the benefits of Cisco’s own client (reliable connections, specialized connection settings) along with the ease of use of Mac OS X’s built-in VPN macosxipsectowrv54g - ignasiak