On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 at 14:58, Michal Ludvig wrote:
 
>On Fri, 29 Oct 2004, Park Lee wrote:
>> I want to use the native IPsec with our great IPsec-Tools. When I
>> configured my Linux kernel (version: 2.6.5 ), I've turn on the
>>"PF_KEY socket" option. Then, must I still use the libipsec(Library
>>with PF_KEY implementation) of IPsec-Tools?
>
>Indeed - you have turned on the kernel part but you still need the
>userspace support that talks with the kernel.
Thanks.
I'm sorry for not expressing myself clearly.
What I really mean is that I surely will use the other two components(setkey and  racoon) as the userspace tools of native IPsec in Linux kernel.
What confused me is that after I've turn on the " PF_KEY socket" option( the kernel version is 2.6.5)  , has some form of the PF_KEY implementation been there in the kernel? and Does the kernel still need the Library with PF_KEY implementation(i.e. libipsec) provided by IPsec-Tools?
 
 


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Best Regards,
Park Lee <parklee_sel@yahoo.com>
 


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