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IPSEC server at NANOG30 (fwd)
Hi everyone - here's a note from Duane Wessels, who handles many of our critical services at NANOG meetings (DNS, DHCP, caching, etc.) If you're interested in beta testing and would like to talk FTF, he's wearing a really really bright orange T-shirt and sitting in the front of the ballroom. ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 14:52:00 -0700 (MST) From: Duane Wessels <[email protected]> Hi, We are experimenting with an IPSEC service that NANOG attendees may be interested in using to encrypt and secure their wireless traffic during the meeting. We have an IPSEC server on the meeting network and are looking for a few beta testers to try it out. We can currently work only with Linux and *BSD systems. In order to use the IPSEC server with Linux, you must have FreeS/WAN and iptables installed. BSD users should have isakmpd installed. If you'd like to try it out, or have any qwestions, please send a message to Duane Wessels, wessels at packet-pushers.com.