IPSec over TCP
blsonne-bJEeYj9oJeDQT0dZR+AlfA at public.gmane.org
Wed Nov 30 23:23:56 UTC 2005
Seems that 500/UDP is the main focus for IPSec. However, I need to be
able to detect IPSec running over TCP, and of all the things I've played
around with (gear at work running IPSec, swan, isakmpd, etc.) 500/TCP
never seems to be open.
I don't need to actually have working communications and info exchange
between entities, etc. I'm not interested in creating a viable network.
What I do want to get is a server setup that listens on 500/TCP for
IPSec stuff so I can attempt to tickle responses out of it, and I'm not
having any luck.
Can anyone give me some pointers? I'd appreciate it! (or a live IP
listening on 500/TCP that doesn't mind some heavy probing ;)
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