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Old 21st May 2012
pyzo pyzo is offline
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Default ipsec.conf & IKE mode config

isakmpd.conf supported IKE mode config (IKECFG-ID), but I'm not finding any mention of it for ipsec.conf.

Does anyone know if the ipsec.conf way of configuring an IPSec VPN supports IKE mode config?

If it does, could you please point me in the right direction.

If not, what would be the recommended method for pushing network settings to a road-warrior (dhcp over ipsec, go back to isakmpd.conf)?

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Old 24th May 2012
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the right direction will be the man pages there is no mention on ipsec.conf becose this is another way to do the same things isakmpd man pages mention about ike wich is the ike v1 protocol the iked is under development and it implements ikev2 and the point about the road warrior with ipsec its manages with the any keyword it is on the man page like
ike active esp from any to $mynet peer any bla bla bla
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