Re: [dtn-security] Key generation

"Sushil Chaudhari" <schaudhari@mzeal.com> Tue, 14 July 2009 21:07 UTC

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Hi,

There’s setkey <host> <siphersuite> <key> command used to set the key for the specified host and ciphersuite.

What utility is used to produce the key?

If security policy is set to use “confidentiality block” and no external key is provided, how’s the key get generated by DTN2?

Thnks.