resolve plugin for
libcharon writes name servers to
It is enabled by default but may be disabled with the
Name servers received via
CP configuration payloads (IKEv2) or via
Mode Config (IKEv1) are added to
/etc/resolv.conf or installed via
resolvconf(8). When the connection goes down name servers are automatically
File where name servers are written to.
Prefix to be used for interface names provided to
strongSwan provides support for installing name servers via the
resolvconf framework. If
resolvconf is installed the
plugin automatically invokes it appropriately instead of modifying
The interface names provided to
resolvconf are built by adding the IP
address of the name server to the prefix configured in
strongswan.conf (or the default).
The result must be a valid interface name according to the rules specified by
resolvconf(8). Additionally, the resulting interface name should have a high
priority when the order defined in
interface-order(5) is applied.