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Re: racoon-tool with >1 algorithms


Sorry I have been unresponsive. I have been having a lot of trouble with my new Apple powerbook. The bluetooth is the last remaining bugbear, as I need all my keyboards working. Bluez looks like it has endianness issues with powerpc, and I have to get through that first as I need my laptop to do contract work which brings in my bread and butter.

From what I recall, there should be, but you will have to read the racoon-tool source. Comma sounds like it should be the one. Maybe you have found a small bug. Check what racoon-tool produces in its output. Tonight I hope to do a bit more work on my netscript package, and get a new version of that out the door with whereami and resolvconf support for IPv4 and IPv6. I will try and start doing work on ipsec this weekend, and leave the bluez issues alone.


Matthew Grant

On 27/10/2004, at 5:32 AM, Marius Reiner wrote:

Hi Matthew,

is there a way to get multiple algorithms in a racoon-tool generated
racoon.conf? Like:

        encryption_algorithm blowfish,3des;
        authentication_algorithm hmac_sha1,hmac_md5;

racoon-tool complains when seperating the algorithms with comma, and
racoon complains when using a whitespace.

Please give me a hint if there is a mailinglist for such questions.

Best regards

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