Package: libcharon-extra-plugins (5.7.2-1 and others) [debports]
Links for libcharon-extra-plugins
- Homepage [www.strongswan.org]
strongSwan charon library (extra plugins)
The strongSwan VPN suite uses the native IPsec stack in the standard Linux kernel. It supports both the IKEv1 and IKEv2 protocols.
This package provides extra plugins for the charon library:
- addrblock (Narrow traffic selectors to RFC 3779 address blocks in X.509 certificates) - certexpire (Export expiration dates of used certificates) - eap-aka (Generic EAP-AKA protocol handler using different backends) - eap-gtc (EAP-GTC protocol handler authenticating with XAuth backends) - eap-identity (EAP-Identity identity exchange algorithm, to use with other EAP protocols) - eap-md5 (EAP-MD5 protocol handler using passwords) - eap-mschapv2 (EAP-MSCHAPv2 protocol handler using passwords/NT hashes) - eap-radius (EAP server proxy plugin forwarding EAP conversations to a RADIUS server) - eap-tls (EAP-TLS protocol handler, to authenticate with certificates in EAP) - eap-tnc (EAP-TNC protocol handler, Trusted Network Connect in a TLS tunnel) - eap-ttls (EAP-TTLS protocol handler, wraps other EAP methods securely) - error-notify (Notification about errors via UNIX socket) - ha (High-Availability clustering) - led (Let Linux LED subsystem LEDs blink on IKE activity) - lookip (Virtual IP lookup facility using a UNIX socket) - medcli (Web interface based mediation client interface) - medsrv (Web interface based mediation server interface) - tnc (Trusted Network Connect) - unity (Cisco Unity extensions for IKEv1) - xauth-eap (XAuth backend that uses EAP methods to verify passwords) - xauth-generic (Generic XAuth backend that provides passwords from ipsec.secrets and other credential sets) - xauth-pam (XAuth backend that uses PAM modules to verify passwords)
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