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Old 12th January 2008, 06:26 AM
visham Offline
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Changing the default settings of IPSec on fedora!

Hi to all,

I wanted to know how we can change the default settings chosen by Fedora when we set up IPSec on it via the gui. For example, if I want to use transport or tunnel mode, or if I want to use a different encryption/authentication algorithm, how can I do that?

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