ipsecconf — Configure Systemwide IPsec Policy
/usr/sbin/ipsecconf /usr/sbin/ipsecconf -a file [-q] /usr/sbin/ipsecconf -d index /usr/sbin/ipsecconf -f /usr/sbin/ipsecconf -l [-n]
The ipsecconf command is new in the Solaris 8 release. It is part of the IP security Architecture that provides protection for IP datagrams. Protection can include confidentiality, strong integrity of the data, partial sequence integration (replay protection), and data authentication. Only superuser can run this command.
You use the ipsecconf command to configure the IPsec policy for a host. Policy entries are not preserved across reboot. Thus, ...