[vpn-help] FW: Cert q's
brian at boku.net
Tue Sep 12 20:29:03 CDT 2006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Eisch [mailto:peter at boku.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 8:25 PM
> To: Matthew Grooms; Brian Jones
> Cc: vpn-help at lists.shrew.net
> Subject: Re: [vpn-help] FW: Cert q's
> On 9/12/06 6:19 PM, "Matthew Grooms" <mgrooms at shrew.net> wrote:
> > Brian Jones wrote:
> >> In that case, here is a bug report for you. Populating all
> >> three lines with the p12 file does not work. The cert fails to load.
> >> (Using lastest vpn-client-1.1-beta-2)
> >> ## : IPSEC Daemon, ver 1.1.0
> >> ## : Copyright 2006 Shrew Soft Inc.
> >> ## : This product linked OpenSSL 0.9.8a 11 Oct 2005
> >> ii : rebuilding vnet device list ...
> >> ii : device ROOT\VNET\0000 disabled
> >> ii : rebuilding vprot interface list ...
> >> ii : interface IP=10.1.200.156, MTU=1500, MAC=00:15:c5:0a:1c:28 active
> >> ii : skipping interface with null address
> >> ii : 1 adapter(s) active
> >> ii : client ctrl thread begin ...
> >> DB : tunnel added
> >> DB : tunnel dereferenced ( ref count = 0, tunnel count = 1 )
> >> ii : peer config message received
> >> DB : ipsec peer not found
> >> ii : local address selected for peer
> >> ii : 10.1.200.156 ( Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit
> >> Controller - Packet Scheduler Miniport )
> >> ii : user credentials message received
> >> !! : 'D820-1.visionshareinc.com.p12' load failed
> >> DB : removing all tunnel refrences
> >> DB : tunnel deleted ( tunnel count = 0 )
> >> ii : client ctrl thread exit ...
> > Brian,
> > Is this p12 file you are using password encrypted? I am working my
> > through 1.1 issues and have come back to your p12 bug report.
> His cert has a password. p12's around these parts will always have a
Peter beat me to it.
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