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This package provides a way to use the native IPsec functionality
in the Linux 2.6+ kernel. It works as well on NetBSD and FreeBSD.
- libipsec, a PF_KEYv2 library
- setkey, a tool to directly manipulate policies and SAs
- racoon, an IKEv1 keying daemon
IPsec-tools were ported to Linux from the KAME project
(http://www.kame.net) by Derek Atkins <email@example.com>.
The ipsec-tools code has been maintained and developed by:
Emmanuel Dreyfus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
VANHULLEBUS Yvan <email@example.com>
Matthew Grooms <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Timo Teräs <email@example.com>
IHTFP Consulting <http://www.ihtfp.com/>
SUSE Linux AG <http://www.suse.com/>
Under the NetBSD CVS repository, several other people maintain it.
Ipsec-tools was originally developed by the KAME project. It was then moved
on SourfeForge, at the following address:
Due to too restricted commit accesses, the development stalled, and the
source code was moved into NetBSD's CVS repository, in:
However, many distributions still take their tarballs from SourceForge, and
each distribution maintains local patches.
FreeBSD maintains its own libipsec and setkey tools, in:
A Trac used to exist, at the following address:
but the domain expired and was not renewed.
The mailing lists from SourceForge still exist: