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ipsec_readwriteconf(8) [centos man page]

ipsec_readwriteconf - validate and output an Libreswan IPsec configuration file SYNOPSIS
ipsec readwriteconf [--config file] [--debug] [--verbose] [--rootdir dir] DESCRIPTION
This program reads the given ipsec.conf style configuration file, interpreting the also= options, and outputs an equivalent ipsec.conf file. The purpose of this program is to validate the input processing. This can also be used to validate the syntax of a configuration file. The options --debug and --verbose are currently synonums. The --rootdir option changes the programs idea of what "/" is when processing include directives. This is useful when validating a configuration which is not installed on a target system yet. AUTHOR
Paul Wouters placeholder to suppress warning libreswan 12/16/2012 IPSEC READWRITECONF(8)

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IPSEC_ADDCONN(8)						Executable programs						  IPSEC_ADDCONN(8)

ipsec_addconn - load a given policy into the pluto IKE daemon SYNOPSIS
ipsec addconn --configsetup [--rootdir dir] [--config filename] [--ctlbase socketfile] [--verbose] [--noexport] [--warningsfatal] ipsec addconn --liststack [--rootdir dir] [--config filename] [--ctlbase socketfile] [--verbose] [--noexport] [--warningsfatal] ipsec addconn --checkconfig [--rootdir dir] [--config filename] [--ctlbase socketfile] [--verbose] [--warningsfatal] ipsec addconn --autoall [--rootdir dir] [--config filename] [--ctlbase socketfile] [--verbose] [--warningsfatal] [--defaultroute addr] [--defaultroutenexthop addr] ipsec addconn [--rootdir dir] [--config filename] [--ctlbase socketfile] [--verbose] [--warningsfatal] [--defaultroute addr] [--defaultroutenexthop addr] name1 [name2 ..] ipsec addconn [--listall] [--liststart] [--listroute] [--listadd] [--listignore] [--rootdir dir] [--config filename] [--ctlbase socketfile] [--verbose] [--warningsfatal] ipsec addconn --help DESCRIPTION
ipsec addconn takes a config file (or stdin) containing the format of ipsec.conf, or the format of individual "conn" sections, and uses that information to load named or all connections defined in that configuration file into the running libreswan pluto IKE daemon. If no configuration file is specified, the default configuration file is used. If no pluto socket is specified, the default socket location will be used. When --addall is used, all connections defined in the config file will be operated on. Otherwise, only the specified connection names will be affected. When addcon is run, connections that have the auto= option set to add, start or route will be loaded, routed or initiated. If a connection was loaded or initiated already, it will be replaced. When --configsetup is specified, the configuration file is parsed for the config setup section and printed to the terminal usable as a shell script. These are prefaced with export unless --noexport is specified. When --checkconfig is specified, the configuration file is parsed and all sections are checked for correct syntax. If an error is found, information about it is printed to the terminal. When --listroute or --liststart is specified, no connections are added or replaced, only shown. This command can be used to verify which connections the addcon command would act upon, without actually performing any action. HISTORY
Man page written for the Libreswan project <> by Paul Wouters AUTHOR
Paul Wouters placeholder to suppress warning libreswan 12/16/2012 IPSEC_ADDCONN(8)
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