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* [[ HOWTO: Opportunistic IPsec using LetsEncrypt ]]
 
* [[ HOWTO: Opportunistic IPsec using LetsEncrypt ]]
 
* [[ HOWTO: OpenShift cloud encryption using Opportunistic IPsec ]]
 
* [[ HOWTO: OpenShift cloud encryption using Opportunistic IPsec ]]
* [https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/3.3/admin_guide/ipsec.html OpenShift Cloud Encryption with libreswan ] written by Openshift
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* [https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/3.3/admin_guide/ipsec.html OpenShift Cloud Encryption with libreswan] written by Openshift
* [https://aws.amazon.com/quickstart/architecture/libreswan-ipsec-mesh/ HOWTO: Opportunistic IPsec mesh for Amazon EC2 instances on AWS ] written by Amazon
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* [https://aws.amazon.com/quickstart/architecture/libreswan-ipsec-mesh/ HOWTO: Opportunistic IPsec mesh for Amazon EC2 instances on AWS] written by Amazon
 
* [[ Route-based VPN using VTI | HOWTO: Route-based VPN using VTI ]]
 
* [[ Route-based VPN using VTI | HOWTO: Route-based VPN using VTI ]]
 
* [[ Route-based_XFRMi | HOWTO:  Route-based XFRMi ]]
 
* [[ Route-based_XFRMi | HOWTO:  Route-based XFRMi ]]
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* [[ Linux IPsec Summit 2018 wishlist ]]
 
* [[ Linux IPsec Summit 2018 wishlist ]]
 
* [[ Student projects ]]
 
* [[ Student projects ]]
* Google Summer of Code: [[ GSoC ]]
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The Libreswan Team at IETF90 in Toronto
 
The Libreswan Team at IETF90 in Toronto

Revision as of 16:16, 20 February 2020

The Libreswan Project

User Documentation

Upgrading Documentation

Cloud and mesh deployments

Upgrade Information

Presentations

Developer documentation

The Libreswan Team at IETF90 in Toronto

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Antony, Tuomo, Kim, Richard, Hugh, Matt and Paul

The Libreswan developers can be reached on the swan-dev mailing list or via IRC on the #swan channel at the FreeNode IRC network.

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