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Re: Work around using SPKI certificates instead of X509
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>>>>> "SALLE" == SALLE Mathias <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
SALLE> REFERENCE: ipsec drafts, SPKI drafts PROBLEM: Is it
SALLE> possible to use ISAKMP/Oakley to establish an SA and at the
SALLE> same time exchange users SPKI certificates, this in a
SALLE> context of a Host to Host mode.
SALLE> QUESTION: Is there any work around using SPKI certificates
SALLE> instead of X509 certificates in ISAKMP?
SALLE> If no, would it be possible to use Certificate Request
SALLE> Payload and Certificate Payload to exchange SPKI
SALLE> certificates? Is there any drafts on that?
There is a certificate type in ISAKMP for SPKI. The format of it has
not been defined. I would suggest that one could either put multiple
SPKI certs (in binary form), just pasted together, or better, a
(sequence ...) of them.
See isakmp-10, page 34.
A draft defining a SPKI certificate tag for IPsec SA's would be a
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