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(racoon 545) Re: Racoon and FreeSwan RSA
* Michal Ludvig (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Jun 2004, Sascha [iso-8859-15] Hüdepohl wrote:
> > is it possible to build an ipsec-tunnel using Racoon at one end and
> > FreeSwan at the other end using the FreeSwan-Style RSA-Signatures?
> It is work in progress in racoon for Linux from IPsec-tools package
> (http://ipsec-tools.sourceforge.net). I believe the resulting patch should
> be easily protable to KAME racoon. Testers are welcome :-)
thanks, thats exactly what i was looking for.
Unfortunately i get "Segmentation Fault" when i use it.
Is this to be expected because of early state of development?
Here is what i did:
I downloaded ipsec-tools-plainrsa20040611.tar.gz and run configure;
make. Then i manualy copied "eaytest, plainrsa-gen, racoon, racoonctl,
setkey" to /usr/local/sbin.
eaytest runs all tests "Good".
I created a rsa-file with plainrsa-gen > plain.rsa and copied this file
to both machines. Then i adopted racoon.conf.sample-plainrsa to match my
environment, installed SPD with setkey wich worked with PreSharedKeys
and started racoon -vdF.
Then i ping the other host and racooon segfaults on the machine i
The racoon.conf i used:
result from "strace -o racoon.strace racoon -F":
Im now at a dead point.
Is there an error in my config or in my setup?