[Swan-announce] VPN System Role support for libreswan released
The Libreswan Team
team at libreswan.org
Tue Feb 23 18:00:05 UTC 2021
Libreswan based VPN System Role available
The Linux System Roles are a set of Ansible Roles, also available as
an Ansible Collection, used to manage and configure common GNU/Linux
operating system components. Conceptually, the intent is to provide
for the operating system components an automation “API” that is
consistent across multiple major and minor releases.
There is now a new VPN System Role that uses libreswan written by Mary
Provencher that can be used to configure host-to-host, net-to-net and
mesh (opportunistic) VPNs using an ansible inventory of hosts.
Such an inventory for the basic host-to-host cases could look like:
The role will set up a vpn tunnel between each pair of hosts in the list
of vpn_connections, using the default parameters, including generating
keys as needed. This role assumes that the names of the hosts under hosts
are the same as the names of the hosts used in the Ansible inventory,
and that you can use those names to configure the tunnels (i.e. they
are real FQDNs that resolve correctly).
For more information see https://github.com/linux-system-roles/vpn
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