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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Post navigation ← Adding hosts to virt-manager in Ubuntu Intrepid perl: warning: Setting locale failed. → 7 thoughts on “Configuring ssl requests with SubjectAltName with openssl” Jason Wed, 12 Nov 2008 I hope it helps.The setup is:Mikrotik[192.168.0.25]-----[192.168.0.24]Linux[10.1.1.4]Encrypted is 192.168.0.25<->10.1.1.4.The main issue was that my self-generated certificates had no subjectAltName. At the top of openssl.cnf under where it set's HOME="…" I added SAN="email:[email protected]" And in [ v3_req ] I added: subjectAltName=${ENV::SAN} So if you run openssl like this: SAN="DNS:www.1example.org, DNS:www2.example.org" \ my review here

I thought about writing a script that would copy openssl.cnf, ask me for the value of SubjectAltName, run sed against it, then start openssl. I also found no working configuration of a rsa-sign authenticated IPSec VPN.On cisco the last log lines are:May 1 22:21:33.431: ISAKMP: set new node -1733463317 to QM_IDLEMay 1 22:21:33.431: ISAKMP: reserved The cert for the mikrotik must be decrypted. X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: email:[email protected] is important, otherwise you get this "failed to get subjectAltName" error.After that, it works nicely:# racoonctl show-sa ipsec192.168.0.24 192.168.0.25 esp mode=tunnel spi=54623812(0x03417e44) reqid=0(0x00000000) E: aes-cbc fb0dde97 https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=5774.0

Error Failed To Get Subjectaltname

Changing /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf isn't too hard. To put the SubjectAltName in, modify the openssl.cnf to contain something like (see the web for details):[yourCA]copy_extensions = copy[req]x509_extensions = v3_ca[user_cert]subjectAltName=email:copyMy racoon.conf file contains (not complete):path certificate "/etc/cert";remote 192.168.0.25{ exchange_mode main; Mon, 17 May 2010 08:08:10 +0000 at 8:08 am New at this.

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