[Openswan Users] VPN accelerator
charlessimon at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 17 14:10:47 EST 2010
Going through the OCF code and through their website for supported hardware - this is what i found
The Talitos driver uses Freescale's SEC for hardware acceleration.
PA Semi PWRficient DMA Crypto Engine.
Driver for the Intel QuickAssist enabled EP80579 Integrated Processor
I am currently using the Hifn chipset with KLIPS+OCF on a x86 platform . The Safenet products have been discontinued. Intel is presented as a SOC and not in a pci / mini pci form factor. I have done some leg work but have not found any other Vendor for VPN accelerator in pci / mini pci form factor to work with OPENSWAN. What are my options at this point. You also mentioned using the VPN accelerator with Netkey - could you please direct me to any documentation available out there to integrate VPN accelerators with OPENSWAN using Netkey.
- Simon Charles -
> Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2010 16:37:26 -0500
> From: paul at xelerance.com
> To: charlessimon at hotmail.com
> CC: users at openswan.org
> Subject: Re: [Openswan Users] VPN accelerator
> On Wed, 8 Dec 2010, simon charles wrote:
> > I am looking to integrate VPN hardware accelerator for my openswan deployments in linux ( CentOS ). I currently have the Soekris vpn1411 mini-pci card which works - i am
> > looking for alternatives preferably in the mini-pci form factor.
> > Thanks.
> Depends on the stack. For KLIPS/MAST look at the OCF-linux drivers. For NETKEY, you need
> an "acrypto" driver.
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