NAT-T patch for 7-STABLE
Bjoern A. Zeeb
bzeeb-lists at lists.zabbadoz.net
Thu Aug 13 16:05:07 UTC 2009
I just MFCed the UDP Control Block, which is a prerequisite for merging
the NAT-T patch from HEAD (8) to 7-STABLE:
I also merged back the NAT-T changes from FreeBSD 8/HEAD. This
will allow us to provide the same API for tools for FreeBSD 7 (with
patch) and stock FreeBSD 8.x and 9 (HEAD).
Before anyone is going to ask: no the NAT-T is not comittable to
FreeBSD 7-STABLE, so anyone on 7 will have to live with a patch.
In case you use tools that rely on the right version of a patch (like
ipsec-tools), I'd expect things to take a few days to get solved, so
do not expect that things will mysteriously just work. Considering 8
is in BETA and I assume the ports tree will be frozen soon as well if
it is not yet, it might even take a few days longer.
This is mostly for the people doing the work, integrating things,
changing software to have something to work with.
Things have been bascially tested with a slightly modified to compile
ipsec-tools CVS HEAD checkout.
Last but not least - you can find the patch here:
Bjoern A. Zeeb What was I talking about and who are you again?
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