Re: [strongSwan] IPv4 only and minimal kernel modules

2009-09-03 Thread Martin Willi
Hi,

 1) upgrade to kernel 2.6.29 and apply patch [1] from above, to the linux 
 kernel.

No, 2.6.29 already contains the patch.

 2) stick with kernel 2.6.28 and apply the disable-iaf-tunnels patch to 
 charon, (this patch will brake v6/v4 mixed operation)

Yes, then no kernel patch is required.

3) Apply the patch [1] to your 2.6.28 kernel. No userland patch
required.


Regards
Martin

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Re: [strongSwan] IPv4 only and minimal kernel modules

2009-09-02 Thread Dimitrios Siganos
Martin Willi wrote:
 It seems that if I remove all of the Ipv6 modules the IPsec doesn't work 
 

 Make sure to have at least a 2.6.29 kernel, apply the kernel patch [1]
 or use the workaround patch for strongSwan (attached, breaks mixed v4/v6
 tunnels).

 Regards
 Martin

 [1]http://kerneltrap.org/mailarchive/linux-netdev/2008/11/25/4231304
   
I am using kernel 2.6.28. If I understand well, my options are:

1) upgrade to kernel 2.6.29 and apply patch [1] from above, to the linux 
kernel.

2) stick with kernel 2.6.28 and apply the disable-iaf-tunnels patch to 
charon, (this patch will brake v6/v4 mixed operation)

Can you confirm that this is correct and complete?

I plan to stick with 2.6.28 because changing kernel would require a lot 
of discussions and testing.

Regards,
Dimitrios Siganos
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