IPSEC Permission? issue…
rcapra last edited by
I have two pfSense FW’s setup to connect to each other. and one is getting the following error:
Jul 12 19:18:16 charon 04[NET] error writing to socket: Permission denied Jul 12 19:18:16 charon 13[NET] <con1000|1> sending packet: from 72.x.x.x to 24.x.x.x (180 bytes) Jul 12 19:18:16 charon 13[IKE] <con1000|1> sending retransmit 1 of request message ID 0, seq 1 Jul 12 19:18:12 charon 04[NET] error writing to socket: Permission denied Jul 12 19:18:12 charon 15[NET] <con1000|1> sending packet: from 72.x.x.x to 24.x.x.x (180 bytes) Jul 12 19:18:12 charon 15[ENC] <con1000|1> generating ID_PROT request 0 [ SA V V V V V ] Jul 12 19:18:12 charon 15[IKE] <con1000|1> initiating Main Mode IKE_SA con1000 to 24.x.x.x</con1000|1></con1000|1></con1000|1></con1000|1></con1000|1>
Both are new installs of “2.3.4-RELEASE (amd64)”
P1 and P2 are setup the same.
I [think] the FW rules are setup correctly. (I have other VPNs to Sonicwalls working on one of the pfSense units.
I’ve searched for this error “error writing to socket: Permission denied” and could not find any threads.
ANy help is appreciated!!
kitdavis last edited by
Did you ever find a solution to this problem? I have the exact same issue that I have been trying to resolve for some time. I’ve altered the tunnel configurations in multiple ways with no change in the result. This problem is with a new firewall. The old firewall has IPSEC connections to multiple PFSense boxes with no problems. The new connection is set up exactly the same, but always results in the socket writing permission error. I have no problems using Open VPN for the connection, just with IPSEC.
buns last edited by
exactly same problem for me. Any solution ?
anyone solved this problem?
Apr 10 19:15:47 charon 04[NET] error writing to socket: Permission denied
Apr 10 19:15:47 charon 08[NET] <con2000|2>sending packet: from 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199  (464 bytes)
Apr 10 19:15:47 charon 08[IKE] <con2000|2>retransmit 2 of request with message ID 0
The tunnel is working fine for days and dies suddenly without changing something.
Push. No Idea? Its really anoying to have a suddenly crashing tunnel
Anyone who is having this problem running snort with blocking?
Probably the endpoint getting blocked for some reason.
thanks for your answer. Actually i am using Snort. I will check the block list next time. Thank you for this idea.
@derelict Perfect! Thanks! Snort was blocking the VPN Gateway. I whitelisted SID 122:23. It was triggered everytime i was playing Age of Empires II HD.