DragonFly - Presentations

DragonFlyBSD Multimedia Resources List

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Tag: ipsec

  • Fast IPSec with George Neville-Neil
    Source: bsdtalk
    Added: 16 July 2007
    Tags: bsdtalk, interview, ipsec, george neville-neil
    Ogg version (14 minutes), MP3 version (7 Mb, 14 minutes)
    Interview with George Neville-Neil about Fast IPSec.

  • EuroBSDCon 2008 - Yvan Vanhullebus - IPSec tools: past, present and future
    Source: EuroBSDCon
    Added: 22 October 2008
    Tags: eurobsdcon, eurobsdcon2008, ipsec, yvan vanhullebus
    MP3 (1 byte, 46 minutes), OGG (1 byte, 46 minutes), PDF (1 byte, n pages)
    The first part will explain what have been major changes since Manu's presentation at Bale's EuroBSDCon, including more detailed informations on changes which have a significant impact on administrator's bad habits (why the common way of doing it is bad, why it was sometimes needed in the past, how to do it the good way now, why this is far better), on both the UserLand (ipsec-tools project) and maybe in [Free|Net]BSD kernels/ IPSec stacks.
    The second part will talk about the future of the project. News of the next major version (which may be out or about to be out when we'll be ate EuroBSDCon), news works which are planned or which are done but not yet public, but also news about the team: it's new members, new tools, what we would like to do in tue future, a
    Yvan VANHULLEBUS works as an R&D security engineer for NETASQ since 2000, where he works on FreeBSD OS. He started to work on KAME's IPSec stack in 2001, provided many patches for various parts of the stack, then became one of the maintainers of ipsec-tools project, a fork of KAME's userland daemon. He became a NetBSD developper when ipsec-tools was migrated to NetBSD's CVS.