From: ZAKIR AHMED <zaks_974@ya...> - 2009-06-25 09:37:58
I am Zakir Ahmed, a Lead Engineer in one of the company. I
am setting up ipsec on my target machine. I am succesfully
able to setup ipsec transport mode for ipv4 addresses.
When I come to setup manual keying for ipv6 addresses, the
setkey gives parse failed error. I use a simple file
with one line
2001:db8:1:0:20b:cdff:fefb:8a4e ah 24500 -A hmac-md5
I run the command
setkey -f file
parse failed, line 1.
The same file works with ipv4 addresses.
I have cross checked the problem with ipsec-tools versions
0.6.4 AND 0.7.2 latest as well
I have cross checked over kernel-21 and kernel-29 but the
same behavior. I have configured IPV6 and all options under
that except experimental things
I use openssl-0.9.8k
My platform is powerpc.
I am just bugged off with this stuff. Any help would be
appreciated. It would be also helpful, if any online help
could be provided.
With Regards, Zakir Ahmed
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From: Brian Haley <brian.haley@hp...> - 2009-06-25 14:12:19
ZAKIR AHMED wrote:
> When I come to setup manual keying for ipv6 addresses, the
> setkey gives parse failed error. I use a simple file
> with one line
> add 2001:db8:1:0:2e0:cff:fe11:fd
> 2001:db8:1:0:20b:cdff:fefb:8a4e ah 24500 -A hmac-md5
> I run the command
> setkey -f file
> parse failed, line 1.
You seem to be missing a semicolon (;) at the end of the line.