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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       ipsec_convert  -  Converts the format of IPsec certificate

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /usr/sbin/    ipsec_convert    [-cert]    [-crl]    [-req]
       :p|b|h:input_file1 :p|b|h:output_file1 [:p|b|h:input_file2
       :p|b|h:output_file2 ...]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Specifies a file that contains an X.509  public  key  certificate.
   Specifies  a  file that contains an X.509 certificate
 revocation list.  Specifies a file that  contains
       a PKCS-10 format certificate request.

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The ipsec_convert command converts files that contain public-key
 certificate information  among  the  formats  supported
 by the Tru64 UNIX IPsec software.  This command and
       other related certificate commands in this  implementation
       of IPsec are intended for testing purposes only.  They are
       not intended to provide a complete public-key  certificate

       The  ipsec_convert utility reads each input file, converts
       it, and writes the  result  to  the  corresponding  output
       file.   The  type of certificate-related data is specified
       by the -cert, -crl, and -req options.  The format  of  the
       input file and the format of the output file are specified
       by preceding the file name with one of the following  formatting
  characters  delimited by colons: Privacy-EncodedMail
 (PEM) format

              The file is encoded  as  a  Base64-encoded  binary.
              Binary (DER encoded) format

              The  file is encoded in accordance with the Distinguished
 Encoding Rules (DER) of ASN.1.  HEXL format

              The  file  is encoded as a hexadecimal string. Each
              line has the following form:

              xxxxxxxx: yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy

              In this form, xxxxxxxx is the hexadecimal offset of
              the data at the beginning of the line and yyyy yyyy
              yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy is up to 16 bytes  of
              hexadecimal data.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       The  following  command  converts a file containing a certificate
 from binary to PEM format: # ipsec_convert  -cert
       :b:/home/mycert.bin :p:newcert.pem

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands: ipsec_certmake(8), ipsec_certview(8)

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