IPSEC_LETSENCRYPT

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Updated: 05/26/2020
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NAME

ipsec_letsencrypt - invoke Opportunistic Encryption utilities  

SYNOPSIS

ipsec letsencrypt [--client] [--server] [--test] [--disable] [--help]
[--generate-certificate hostname] [--renew hostname]

 

EXAMPLES

ipsec letsencrypt { --client | --server | --test | --disable | -- help }
ipsec letsencrypt { --generate-certificate | --renew } hostname
 

DESCRIPTION

Letsencrypt

The command creates a secure Opportunistic Connection between the hosts commonly referred to as client and server. The client connects to the server and remains anonymous, whereas the server is authenticated before connecting to it. The server is not anonymous. The server uses Let's Encrypt certificates for authentication and encryption purposes.

The --client operation is used for initial client setup.

The --server operation is used for initial server setup.

The --test operation is used for testing the configuration/connection.

The --generate-certificate hostname operation is used for generating the certificate for the hostname.

The --renew hostname operation is used for updating the generated certificate, it keeps the private key same.

The --disable operation is used for disabling IPsec service.

The --help operation is used for displaying all the available options.  

SEE ALSO

ipsec.conf(5)  

HISTORY

Original Program written by <m[blue]Rishabhm[][1]> .  

AUTHOR

Rishabh

 

NOTES

1.
Rishabh
https://github.com/Rishabh04-02/


 

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