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3. Machine A Specific Configuration

3.1 /etc/cipe/options.machineB



#uncomment 1 below 
#name for cipe 1.0.x 
#device          cip3b0 
#name for cipe 1.2.x 
device          cipcb0 

# remote internal (fake) ip address 
ptpaddr         192.168.2.1 
# my cipe (fake) ip address 
ipaddr          192.168.1.1 
# my real ip address and cipe port 
me              (real ip 1):(port A) 
# remote real ip address and cipe port 
peer            (real ip 2):(port A) 
#unique 128 bit key 
key             (Key A) 


3.2 /etc/cipe/options.machineC



#uncomment 1 below 
#name for cipe 1.0.x 
#device          cip3b1 
#name for cipe 1.2.x 
device          cipcb1 

# remote internal (fake) ip address 
ptpaddr         192.168.3.1 
# my cipe (fake) ip address 
ipaddr          192.168.1.1 
# my real ip address and cipe port 
me              (real ip 1):(port B) 
# remote real ip address and cipe port 
peer            (real ip 3):(port B) 
#unique 128 bit key 
key             (Key B)


3.3 /etc/rc.d/rc.cipe



!#/bin/bash 
#rc.cipe  3/29/1999 
#Send questions or comments to acj@home.com. 

#Setup script path 
PATH="/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin" 

#Options filenames in cipe directory for cipe interfaces 
options="options.machineB options.machineC" 

#Automatically obtain options filenames from cipe directory 
#options=`/bin/ls /etc/cipe/options.*` 

#Uncomment 1 below for the cipe module name 
#cipemod="cip3b"        #for cipe 1.0 
cipemod="cipcb"        #for cipe 1.2 

#Check for cipe module and load if not already loaded 
grep $cipemod /proc/modules >/dev/null 
if [ "$?" = "1" ]; then 
        echo Loading cipe module. 
        modprobe $cipemod 
        if [ "$?" = "1" ]; then 
                echo Error loading cipe module...exiting. 
                exit 
        fi 
else 
        echo Cipe module already loaded. 
fi 

#Remove any existing cipe interfaces 
cipeif=`cat /proc/net/dev | cut -f1 -d: | grep $cipemod` 

if [ "$cipeif" != "" ]; then 
        echo Removing existing cipe interface(s). 
        for i in $cipeif; do 
                ifconfig $i down 
        done 
fi

#Setup cipe interfaces 
echo -n "Setting up cipe interface(s): " 
for config in $options; do 
        echo -n $config" " 
        ciped -o $config 
done 
echo 
echo 

#Add routes for other remote networks via cipe interface(s) 
#route add -net x.x.x.x netmask x.x.x.x gw x.x.x.x 
 


3.4 Gateway

All machines on network 192.168.1.0 must have 192.168.1.1 as gateway. If you don't it will not work.


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