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Special Forums Cybersecurity IPSec - VPN using shared key Post 34114 by Neo on Tuesday 4th of February 2003 02:38:30 PM
Old 02-04-2003
You don't need to 'split the key'... the key (shared secret) is symmetric, not asymmetric. You simply use the same (shared secret) key on both ends of the IPSEC VPN tunnel.

Each end will use the (shared secret) key to generate a session key.
 

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ipsec_config_export(1M) 												   ipsec_config_export(1M)

NAME
ipsec_config_export - export the contents of an HP-UX IPSec configuration database in a ipsec_config batch file compatible format SYNOPSIS
source_file] DESCRIPTION
The command uses the output from an command to export the contents of an HP-UX IPSec configuration database. The output is in a format that can be used as an batch file. Options and Operands The command recognizes the following options: Specifies the name of the output file. Specifies the name of the source file. The source_file must contain the output from an command. If source_file is not specified, executes on the local system and uses the output as the source file. AUTHOR
was developed by HP. FILES
configuration database. default profile file. SEE ALSO
ipsec_admin(1M), ipsec_config(1M), ipsec_config_add(1M), ipsec_config_batch(1M), ipsec_config_delete(1M), ipsec_config_show(1M), ipsec_migrate(1M), ipsec_policy(1M), ipsec_report(1M). HP-UX IPSec Software Required ipsec_config_export(1M)

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