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Daniel Gollub

  • Email: dgollub@att.com
  • Registered on: 30.11.2015
  • Last connection: 22.05.2019

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16.05.2019

12:09 strongSwan Bug #3060: IKEv1: initial/non-rekey QM collision results in uneven updown events
> Looks like a race condition. If the CHILD_SA installed as responder was established first (i.e. before the response...

15.05.2019

09:34 strongSwan Bug #3060: IKEv1: initial/non-rekey QM collision results in uneven updown events
Potential fix:
https://github.com/strongswan/strongswan/pull/139
Logs with patch applied:...
09:28 strongSwan Bug #3060 (Closed): IKEv1: initial/non-rekey QM collision results in uneven updown events
IKEv1 specific. IKEv2 is not affected by this.
#2902 resolved uneven updown/close events by detecting redundant Ch...

01.02.2019

16:18 strongSwan Bug #2902: IKEv1: QM rekey collision results in uneven updown events
Logs with patch applied:...
16:11 strongSwan Bug #2902: IKEv1: QM rekey collision results in uneven updown events
Tobias Brunner wrote:
> > > > The remote peer is either running an old strongswan version which deletes redundant Ch...
13:57 strongSwan Bug #2902: IKEv1: QM rekey collision results in uneven updown events
Tobias Brunner wrote:
> > The remote peer is either running an old strongswan version which deletes redundant Child ...

30.01.2019

13:23 strongSwan Bug #2902: IKEv1: QM rekey collision results in uneven updown events
Tobias Brunner wrote:
> > 0. locally charon.delete_rekeyed = no, remote (third-party impl.) which deletes redundant ...

29.01.2019

15:36 strongSwan Bug #2902: IKEv1: QM rekey collision results in uneven updown events
Potential fix: https://github.com/strongswan/strongswan/pull/124
15:34 strongSwan Bug #2902 (Closed): IKEv1: QM rekey collision results in uneven updown events
First of all, the IKEv2 implementation works great, still there are some deployments not able to migrate away from IK...

14.06.2018

09:01 strongSwan Bug #1421: IKEv1: "deleting redundant CHILD_SA" is triggering updown event
Yes, there is initially a redundant CHILD_SA, caused by some custom daemon interfacing with VICI. Which is a flaw for...

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