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Re: UDP / Identifying ISAKMP message
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>>>>> "heilmann" == heilmann <email@example.com> writes:
heilmann> two general questions concerning IPSec and ISAKMP:
heilmann> 1.) How can the IP layer be determine if a certain IPv6
heilmann> PDU is (part of) an ISAKMP message?
protocol == UDP, port == 500.
heilmann> 2.) Are there any special reasons, why ISAKMP hasn't
heilmann> simply been assigned a "Next Header" number for IPv6 -
heilmann> so that it could run directly over IP itself?
It was designed specifically to allow that kind of thing. I don't
think it has been assigned yet. Hilary had some reasons for UDP vs IP protocols.
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