Quoting Jonathan Wiltshire (firstname.lastname@example.org): > This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf > templates for strongswan. Is there a reason for questions to remain in the templates long description? > Template: strongswan/ikev1 > Type: boolean > Default: true > _Description: Start strongSwan's IKEv1 daemon? > The pluto daemon must be running to support version 1 of the Internet Key > Exchange protocol. > . > Start pluto with strongSwan? > > Template: strongswan/enable-oe > Type: boolean > Default: false > _Description: Enable opportunistic encryption? > This version of strongSwan supports opportunistic encryption (OE), which stores > IPSec authentication information in > DNS records. Until this is widely deployed, activating it will > cause a significant delay for every new outgoing connection. > . > You should only enable opportunistic encryption if you are sure you want it. > It may break the Internet connection (default route) as the pluto daemon > starts. > . > Enable opportunistic encryption?
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