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SubjectRe: IPsec support
On Thursday, 14 June 2001, at 12:30:02 -0600,
yiding_wang@agilent.com wrote:

> Folks,
>
> I checked 2.4.x source code but did not find any code for IPsec. Does
> anyone know that current or latest Linux support IPsec? Or does anyone know
> who is working on this ipv6 issue?
>
Check FreeS/WAN (www.freeswan.org), seems to work fine for many people,
and seems to interoperate with other vendors' products.

PS: are there any plans for integrating widely known (and maybe stable and
interesting enough) kernel patches into the mainstream kernel in the 2.6.x
timeframe ?. I was thinking about things like FreeS/WAN, LIDS and so on
(and maybe other interesting ones I'm unaware of :).

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