Interconnect IPCop to PFSense using IPSec

Twin-Baby-Pictures-12-290x280This post is just focused on building a vpn IPSec connection site-to-site between IpCop and PFSense.

Att: PfSense and IpCop boxes are using a public ip address on WAN side.

PFSense Configuration
– Go under VPN menu, option IPSec, and check Enable IPSec check box, and hit Save button. Then click the Add tunnel icon on the right side of the page, now you’ve a new page where you can specify VPN tunnel options.
– Mandatory Parameters
Uncheck Disabled
Key Exchange Version: V1
Internet Protocol: IpV4
Interface: WAN
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Sendmail on Debian 7: configuration makefile fails

EmailUsing Sendmail usually when you need to “recompile” the config file you have to launch the next command.

make -C /etc/mail/

In Debian you can get the next error.

make: Entering directory '/etc/mail'
Updating databases ...
Reading configuration from /etc/mail/sendmail.conf.
Validating configuration.
Creating /etc/mail/databases...
Could not open /usr/share/sendmail-cf/m4/cf.m4(No such file or directory)

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