[Openswan dev] US$ 75 Bounty: Get NAT-T working with KLIPS on a kernel with 26sec

Ken Bantoft ken at xelerance.com
Wed Nov 3 17:16:19 CET 2004

Hi Nate, 

I'll double your $25 USD bounty for this, bringing it up to $75 total.
Same terms (Paypal, etc... or I can paypal to you to dish out if you


On Tue, 2004-11-02 at 11:59 -0600, Nate Carlson wrote:
> Currently, KLIPS will compile and work on 2.4 and 2.6 kernels with 26sec 
> support, but NAT Traversal won't work because of an incompatibility 
> between the NAT-T code in KLIPS and the UDP Encaps code in the kernel (as 
> I understand it, at least. KLIPS's NAT-T code works with the old 
> udp-encaps patch, and the 26sec stack works great with the UDP Encaps code 
> in the stock kernel, but KLIPS won't yet work with the UDP Encaps code in 
> the stock kernel.)  I could really use NAT-T with KLIPS, and am offering a 
> US$25 bounty (I know it's not much, but it's me offering it personally, 
> not for business use) to the first person to submit a patch that makes 
> this work. I don't care if KLIPS's NAT-T code will also work with the old 
> implementation, but for it to go into the Openswan code, it may matter. 
> Michael Richardson said this should be a fairly easy patch, but hasn't had 
> a chance to do it yet.
> Of course, this also applies for any member of the Openswan team that gets 
> it working.  :)
> This bounty expires on Nov 10 2004.
> Bounty will be paid by PayPal, a purchase of an Amazon Wishlist item, or 
> anything else that I can easily purchase + have delivered to you with a US 
> credit card.  :)
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