How to raise L2TP server with IPsec on Alpine?

Watch the agony and gugleniya me, linuxnovice nor to no avail, so I give up and turn to you. Preferably, if step by step instructions, and in any case, no certificates - only pre-shared key.
March 19th 20 at 09:02
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March 19th 20 at 09:04
You need the server or client?
Server - Marguerite_Maye commented on March 19th 20 at 09:07
I client want the Alpine over the weekend in laboratory order to raise.
If you will understand what I will write here.
Basically the difficulty arises with setting up IPsec.
IPsec is first configured channel, encryption, or that it is generally...
L2TP and then it starts.
I was dealing with IPsec on MikroTik, and I then installed OpenBSD IPsec with MikroTik watched the logs and to debug the connection, until the channel is established. Then pfsense is also. I do not popadajutsja, and to the methodology of getting at. If you have a MikroTik or something else, on what IPsec is already dismantled, adjusted and know how to look at the logs, in debug mode, include sorted out the settings and see until the connection is established. Personally, I'm going to do with Alpine.
I understand that this is not a walkthrough, but it's something when you do not know where to start.
Those who did most likely lazy writing, because I write a lot, that was clear, and the rest of the Internet is preposter shameful that only know how to copy-paste and wind thus the popularity of their resources. - Steve.Homenick commented on March 19th 20 at 09:10
@Steve.Homenick, I have to be honest, almost gave up and downloaded winserver, but not yet installed. Openswan was impossible to put on Alpine because GLOB_BRACE, all hope that we will be able to start strongswan, but if not, then just sat back and racked winserver on the main machine, the benefit of classmates and where you can open. - Marguerite_Maye commented on March 19th 20 at 09:13
@Marguerite_Maye, then it is better according to instructions from another review in OpenBSD to configure. There VPN server in easy rises. npppd specifically for this exist. IPsec, ipsecctl is also easily customizable. And no you Openswan'and incomprehensible.
Windows to use actually.... not really.
In OpenBSD, the only thing mschap authorization no, but with IPsec it is generally not important can be to authorize chap. - Steve.Homenick commented on March 19th 20 at 09:16

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