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Special Forums Cybersecurity IPSec - VPN using shared key Post 34239 by eNTer on Tuesday 11th of February 2003 09:56:59 AM
Old 02-11-2003
My real problem is that the Linux gateway is using a "pre-shared ke", while the xBSD gateway is asking different keys with different encryption styles: encryption key and auth key. That i did not figure out: why BSD needs different keys and FreeSWAN/ipsec does not, or how can a BSD gateway talk to a FreeSWAN/Linux gateway with PSK?

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KUMO-GATEWAY(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   KUMO-GATEWAY(1)

kumo-gateway - kumofs gateway daemon SYNOPSIS
kumo-gateway -m <addr[:port]> -p <addr[:port]> [-t port] [-b port] [-c port] DESCRIPTION
kumo-gateway receives requests from applications and relays it to the kumo-servers. Run this daemon on the hosts that runs applications that uses kumofs. OPTIONS
-m <addr[:port=19700]> --manager1 address of manager 1 -p <addr[:port=19700]> --manager2 address of manager 2 -lc --local-cache local cache (Tokyo Cabinet abstract database) -t <[addr:]port=11411> --memproto-text memcached text protocol listen port -b <[addr:]port=11511> --memproto-binary memcached binary protocol listen port -c <[addr:]port=11611> --cloudy asynchronous memcached binary protocol listen port -F --memproto-save-flag save flags on memcached text protocol -As --async-replicate-set send response without waiting replication on set -Ad --async-replicate-delete send response without waiting replication on delete -G <number=5> --get-retry get retry limit -S <number=20> --set-retry set retry limit -D <number=20> --delete-retry delete retry limit -rn <number=4> --renew-threshold hash space renew threshold -k <number=2> --keepalive-interval keepalive interval in seconds -Ys <number=1> --connect-timeout connect timeout time in seconds -Yn <number=4> --connect-retry-limit connect retry limit -Ci <number=2> --clock-interval clock interval in seconds -TW <number=2> --write-threads number of threads for asynchronous writing -TR <number=4> --read-threads number of threads for asynchronous reading -o <path.log> --log output logs to the file -g <path.mpac> --binary-log enable binary log -v --verbose -d <path.pid> --daemon EXAMPLE
[on cli1 ]$ kumo-gateway -v -m mgr1 -p mgr2 -t 11211 -As -Ad [localhost]$ kumo-gateway -v -m localhost -t 11211 -d kumo-gateway.pid SEE ALSO
kumolog(1). kumo-gateway July 2009 KUMO-GATEWAY(1)

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