Re: Add IPSec IP Range in Linux kernel

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> Like I said, if you want address ranges, ask the userland IPSEC daemon
> authors to synthesize it.

In this letter, the mailing list http://marc.info/?l=strongswan-users&m=130613736616488&w=4 strongswan-users say that their product has support for IP ranges, but the stack of Linux is based on network masks. So I do not understand how this would work without the support at the kernel level? How will coordination of policies?

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