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== User Documentation ==
 
== User Documentation ==
  
* [[ Introduction  ]]
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* [[ Introduction  ]]
* [[ Configuration examples  ]]
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* [[ Configuration examples  ]]
 
* [https://libreswan.org/man/ Manual pages]
 
* [https://libreswan.org/man/ Manual pages]
* [[ Additional ipsec.conf documentation ]]
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* [[ Additional ipsec.conf documentation ]]
* [[ Interoperability ]]
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* [[ Interoperability ]]
 
* [[ FAQ ]]
 
* [[ FAQ ]]
 
* [[ Tips and Tricks  ]]
 
* [[ Tips and Tricks  ]]
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* [[ Cipher suites and algorithm support ]]
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* [[ Hardware Tokens ]]
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* [[ IRC ]]
  
 
=== Upgrading Documentation ===
 
=== Upgrading Documentation ===
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* [[ HOWTO: Unauthenticated Opportunistic IPsec ]]
 
* [[ HOWTO: Unauthenticated Opportunistic IPsec ]]
 
* [[ HOWTO: Opportunistic IPsec using LetsEncrypt ]]
 
* [[ HOWTO: Opportunistic IPsec using LetsEncrypt ]]
* [[ HOWTO: Unauthenticated Opportunistic IPsec ]]
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<!-- * [[ HOWTO: OpenShift cloud encryption using Opportunistic IPsec ]] -->
* [[ HOWTO: OpenShift cloud encryption using Opportunistic IPsec ]]
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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://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/3.3/admin_guide/ipsec.html OpenShift Cloud Encryption with libreswan ]
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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 ]]
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* [[ Route-based_XFRMi | HOWTO:  Route-based XFRMi ]]
  
 
* [[ Benchmarking and Performance testing ]]
 
* [[ Benchmarking and Performance testing ]]
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'''Upgrade Information'''
 
'''Upgrade Information'''
 
* [[ 3.14 X509 ]]
 
* [[ 3.14 X509 ]]
* [[ 3.14 on Debian Wheezy]]
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* [[ 3.14 on Debian Wheezy ]]
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* [[ 3.21 on Debian Wheezy ]]
  
 
== Presentations ==
 
== Presentations ==
  
* [https://devconf.cz/ DevConf.cz] 2016 Presentation by Paul Wouters (slides: [[DevConf2016-IPsec.pdf]] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9v-fNwlwlQs&t=42m35s Video]) (video starts around 45 minute mark)
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* [https://devconf.cz/ DevConf.cz] 2016, Presentation by Paul Wouters: [[:File:DevConf2016-IPsec.pdf|Slides]] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9v-fNwlwlQs&t=42m35s Video] (video starts around 45 minute mark)
* [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linux-security-summit Linux Securit Summit] 2017 Presentation by Paul Wouters [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/sites/events/files/slides/LinuxSecuritySummit-2016-OE-16x9.pdf Slides ] and [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me_rl6N1m7c&list=PLbzoR-pLrL6pq6qCHZUuhbXsTsyz1N1c0&index=17 Video]
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* [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linux-security-summit Linux Security Summit] 2016, Presentation by Paul Wouters: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me_rl6N1m7c&list=PLbzoR-pLrL6pq6qCHZUuhbXsTsyz1N1c0&index=17 Video]
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* [https://workshop.linux-ipsec.org/2018/ Linux IPsec Workshop] 2018, Presentation by Paul Wouters: [[:File:IPsecSummit201803.pdf|Slides]]
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* [https://netdevconf.org/0x12/session.html?ipsecike-tutoriallab NetDev 0x12 2018 IKE tutorial] Using IKE and libreswan Presentation by Paul Wouters [[:File:NetDev-0x12-IPsec.pdf|IKE Slides]]
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* [https://netdevconf.org/0x12/session.html?ipsecike-tutoriallab NetDev 0x12 2018 IPsec tutorial] IPsec kernel flow Presentation by Sowmini Varadhan [[:File:netdev-0x12-ipsec-flow.pdf|IPsec Slides]]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oldcYljp4U NetDev 0x12 2018 IKE and IPsec tutorial video]
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* [https://devconf.cz Devconf.cz] 2020, Large scale IPsec deployments by Paul Wouters: [[:File:DevConf2020IPsecLargeScale.pdf|Slides]]
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== Developer documentation ==
 
== Developer documentation ==
  
 
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* [[ Building and installing from source  ]]
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* [[ Building and installing from source  ]]
* [[ Cross Compiling ]]
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* [[ Cross Compiling ]]
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* [[ Setting up system for debug logging ]]
 
* [https://bugs.libreswan.org/ Bug Tracker]
 
* [https://bugs.libreswan.org/ Bug Tracker]
* [[ Test Suite ]]
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* [[ Test Suite - KVM ]]
* [[ Test Suite - valgrind ]]
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* [[ Test Suite | Test Suite using swantest]]
* [[ Test Suite - Docker ]]
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* [[ Test Suite - Namespace ]]
* [[ pluto internals  ]]
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* [[ Test Suite - Docker ]]
* [[ KLIPS ]]
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* [[ Test Suite - Performance ]]
* [[ Meetings  ]]
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* [[ Test Suite - valgrind ]]
* [[ RFC List  ]]
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* [[ Test Suite - 2017 NG ]]
* [[ IKEv2 Child SA ]]
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* [[ pluto internals  ]]
* [[ IKEv2 CP and EAP support ]]
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* [[ KLIPS ]]
* [[ Discouraged or forbidden C functions ]]
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* [[ Meetings  ]]
* [[ Compiling with AddressSanitizer ]]
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* [[ RFC List  ]]
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* [[ IKEv2 Child SA ]]
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* [[ IKEv2 CP and EAP support ]]
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* [[ Discouraged or forbidden C functions ]]
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* [[ Compiling with AddressSanitizer ]]
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* [[ Distribution source repository ]]
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* [[ Linux IPsec Summit 2018 wishlist ]]
  
The Libreswan developers can be reached on the [https://lists.libreswan.org/mailman/listinfo/swan-dev swan-dev] mailing list or via IRC on the #swan channel at the FreeNode IRC network.
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* [[ Student projects ]]
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* [[GSoC|Google Summer of Code]] (GSoC)
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* [[GSoD|Google Season of Documentation]] (GSoD)
  
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The Libreswan Team at IETF90 in Toronto
 
The Libreswan Team at IETF90 in Toronto
  
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The Libreswan developers can be reached on the [https://lists.libreswan.org/mailman/listinfo/swan-dev swan-dev] mailing list or via IRC on the #swan channel at the FreeNode IRC network.
 
== Other ==
 
== Other ==
  
 
* [[ History ]]
 
* [[ History ]]
* [[  Administrivia  ]]
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* [[  Other links  ]]
 
* [[  Other links  ]]
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* [[ License of work inside the wiki ]]

Latest revision as of 00:48, 30 March 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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