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IpSec with Debian "woody" and kernel 2.6.6


I needed to use kernel 2.6.* on a new firewall machine (to handle the
hardware). I've used FreeS/WAN for IPSec over the past years, but it
seems like I have to use the new Linux kernel support for IPSec on this
machine. It will use VPN to other Linux based firewalls, and some Cisco

What packages do I need in order to get ipsec up and running on kernel
2.6.6, and where can I get them? (I found no match on "ipsec" on
backports.org). Also - where do I find documentation for the new kernel
based IPSec?

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