It is all bolted togather and does not need to be piece from random parts.
Thus in simple reality, it is superior.
Maybe FreeS/WAN will get busy and compete or die.
LAD Storage Consulting Group
On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Sandy Harris wrote:
> Mitsuru KANDA wrote:
> >Hello Linux kernel network maintainers,
> >I'm a member of USAGI project.
> >In IPv6 specifications, IPsec is mandatory.
> >We implemented IPsec for Linux IP stack.
> >At present, our implementation includes:
> > PF_KEY V2 interface,
> > Security Association Database and
> > Security Policy Database for whole IP versions,
> > IPsec for IPv6,(transport, tunnel mode),
> > IPsec for IPv4 (transport mode),
> >Would you mind checking it ?
> Is this code being checked in to the mainline kernel? Or becoming part
> of the
> CryptoAPI patch set? Bravo, in either case.
> How does that affect FreeS/WAN development?
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