Debian-IPsec -- Using and Configuring IPsec in Debian


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This list is about using IPsec in Debian and, by extension, how to improve the user experience of using and configuring it. Debian "stable" is assumed if not otherwise specified.

I have started a node about IPsec in Debian in the Debian Wiki. Please edit this page (and add new pages) to include what you know about using IPsec in Debian.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Debian-IPsec Archives.

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