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Old 06-26-2012, 11:24 AM   #1
vamsidharreddy
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spdadd not found for Redhat Linux 6.2


Hello,

I am trying to establish an ipsec connectivity between two linux boxes through strong swan. However after i install strong swan, i could see that spdadd is not installed. Could anyone pls tell me where do i get spdadd command, i did google and search the forum but did not get the required info?

Thanks in advance,
Dhar.
 
  


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