mcr at xelerance.com
Wed Sep 21 00:53:15 CEST 2005
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>>>>> "Herbert" == Herbert Xu <herbert at gondor.apana.org.au> writes:
>> On the clients I have a pretty pathological test application - if
>> it can't connect, it retries once per second. Every thirty
>> seconds or so, this results in a new bare shunt being added on
>> the clients, if the central is down:
>> 000 w.x.y.16/32:0 -6-> a.b.c.55/32:0 => %hold 0 %acquire-netlink
Herbert> This is already fixed by my netlink acquire patch
Herbert> If there are problems with the patch please let me know.
Yeah, we are sorry about being so behind in accepting patches.
We got this contract that involves Windows you see.
The good news is that an increasing number of IKEv1 testing labs are
using PLUTO as their reference now, so we should have less and less
issues with interoperability.
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