Re: sparc64 and ipsec anyone?
- To: Ulrich Wurst <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: sparc64 and ipsec anyone?
- From: Jean-Francois Dive <email@example.com>
- Date: 29 Jan 2003 16:03:20 +1100
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I really thing it worth looking at the native linux implemetation in
2.5. I will upload openbsd isakmpd this week ported to linux. It does
work on intel and i'll do some test on alpha and sun (well, i still cant
install debian on my netra though).
I bet the stack part'll be working on sparc64 as some of it have been
written by David Miller.
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 19:32, Ulrich Wurst wrote:
> "Daniel van Eeden" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> > Is it an sparc64 only problem or is ipsec also unusable on sparc32?
> I think it is only an sparc64 Problem. Since sparc64 uses a 64 bit Kernel
> and 32 bit Userland there has to be a translater 32/64 bit in ioctl calls
> (or so I understood). Since the IPSEC-Translater overlaps with other
> translaters (namely the one for PPP) there will be a problem if your kernel
> supports PPP and IPSEC (which mine does).
> In sparc32 you (obviously) need no such translator.
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