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 From:  Wes Morgan <cap10morgan at gmail dot com>
 To:  Fred Grayson <fredgrayson at bellsouth dot net>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] patch: add asn1dn identifier type to IPsec config
 Date:  Fri, 28 Mar 2008 16:00:14 -0600
Yeah, I realized right after I sent this that I should have posted it  
to the dev list. Sorry about that. Developer's handbook says it still  
needs to be updated for FreeBSD 6, so that seems a bit sketchy now.

What should I do to move this forward at this point? Re-post to dev  


On Mar 28, 2008, at 4:56 PM, Fred Grayson wrote:

> Wes Morgan wrote:
>> This patch (which I haven't tested, but would be happy to if  
>> someone  can point me to docs on how to build m0n0wall for  
>> installation into a  regular PC or VM) adds a new identifier type  
>> to the "My identifier"  option when setting up IPsec tunnels. It's  
>> called "asn1dn" and it is  required to use RSA certs to connect to  
>> Openswan IPsec peers. This is  a much more secure configuration  
>> than PSKs, so it would be good to  support it.
>> Here's a message to the mailing list from 2005 requesting the same   
>> thing (and also showing the nature of the problem):
>> This is diff'ed against branches/freebsd6. Any chance this can go  
>> into  the next beta of 1.3? I'd be happy to test it on a production  
>> box then.
>> Thanks!
>> Wes Morgan
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