[Openswan dev] New/final steps to build KLIPS on 2.6
matt-openswan-dev at kindjal.net
Wed Jul 7 15:58:22 CEST 2004
For what it's worth, the RHEL3 kernel src rpms include patches to the
kernel (2.4) that make NAT-T work with the 2.6 IPsec backport. These
may be useful to you.
On Wed, 7 Jul 2004, Tuomo Soini wrote:
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> Nate Carlson wrote:
> |>pluto is able to handle UDP_ENCAP now but 2.6 KLIPS needs work to
> |>support it.
> | Ah, this is also why KLIPS doesn't work with NAT Traversal when built on a
> | 2.4 kernel with the backported 26sec support?
> Yep. It's kind of funny that when ESPinUDP code was not accepted to
> mainline kernel new code which works exactly same way but is different
> implementation was accepted without questions.
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