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SubjectRe: Question: Status of USAGI/FreeSWAN?
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 01:28:25AM -0600, Dax Kelson wrote:
> FreeSWAN has IPSec for IPv4 on Linux.
> USAGI is better/more conformant IPv6 (with IPSec for IPv6 in development)
> for Linux.
> The USAGI goal is to get themselves folded into the official kernel (and
> glibc) at some point "in the near future".
> What are the plans to get all this (FreeSWAN,USAGI) folded into the
> kernel. Are the "crypto" legal issues resolved enough now to have crypto
> in the official kernel? It would nice to not to have to chase down all
> these seperate components and eventually manually patch.
> I'm going a bit crazy keeping track of several different kernel patches
> (IPSec,IPv6 in particular) while my *BSD friends just laugh at me. :)
> Dax
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