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      mindstab.net_blog/StrongSwan_VPN_and_ufw.md

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@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ So there are several scripts floating around that will just auto set it up for y
[strongSwan 5: How to create your own private VPN](https://www.zeitgeist.se/2013/11/22/strongswan-howto-create-your-own-vpn/) [[local ref](references/strongswan/www.zeitgeist.se/2013/11/22/strongswan-howto-create-your-own-vpn/index.html)] is the much more comprehensive one, but also set up a cert style login system. I wanted passwords initially.
[strongSwan 5 based IPSec VPN, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and PSK/XAUTH](http://trick77.com/2014/05/04/strongswan-5-vpn-ubuntu-14-04-lts-psk-xauth/)[[local ref](references/strongswan/trick77.com/strongswan-5-vpn-ubuntu-14-04-lts-psk-xauth/index.html) has a few more details on a password based setup
[strongSwan 5 based IPSec VPN, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and PSK/XAUTH](http://trick77.com/2014/05/04/strongswan-5-vpn-ubuntu-14-04-lts-psk-xauth/)[[local ref](references/strongswan/trick77.com/strongswan-5-vpn-ubuntu-14-04-lts-psk-xauth/index.html)] has a few more details on a password based setup
Additional notes: I pretty much ended up doing the first one stright through except creating client certs. Also the XAUTH / IKE1 setup of the password tutorial seems incompatible with the Android StrongSwan client, so I used EAP / IKE2, pretty much straight out of the first one. Also seems like you still need to install the CA cert and vpnHost cert on the phone unless I was missing something.

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