[strongSwan-dev] Importing conf files into the Android app
Vallevand, Mark K
Mark.Vallevand at UNISYS.com
Mon Sep 10 17:29:32 CEST 2012
Correct. Intents are used to interact with OpenVPN and Cisco AnyConnect.
Mark K Vallevand Mark.Vallevand at Unisys.com
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From: Tobias Brunner [mailto:tobias at strongswan.org]
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2012 10:14 AM
To: Vallevand, Mark K
Cc: dev at lists.strongswan.org
Subject: Re: [strongSwan-dev] Importing conf files into the Android app
> Here is a simplified description.
> - Our app contacts our configuration manager out-of-band. Https, perhaps.
> - Authentication occurs.
> - Credentials and parameters are downloaded by our app.
> - Credentials and parameters are pushed into the VPN app as connection-n by our app.
> - Our app launches VPN connection-n.
Ok, so I suppose an Intent based interaction might work too (instead of
a config file). For instance one Intent to add a connection and one
Intent to start a connection with a given name (or an Intent which does
both, and does not even permanently store the connection data in the VPN
app). This could be done as sponsored development for your company if
you are interested. You can also do the development yourself, of
course, and then contribute the changes back so we can integrate them in
> I have this working with OpenVPN.
How do you interact with that app? Intents?
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