Problems when changing IKEv1/IKEv2 in IPSec Phase 1
When adding or editing an IPSec Phase 1 there are some errors in the UI:
- Negotiation Mode should be removed on IKEv2, that field sometimes disappears after a few seconds, sometimes it doesn't.
- AES-GCM can't be chosen as an Encryption Algorithm
Tested on 2.3.b.20160110.1555 - 64bit
Updated by Steve Beaver almost 6 years ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
- Assignee set to Christoph Filnkößl
AES-GCM was removed deliberately. RFC 4106 does not specify the use of AES-GCM for phase 1
Updated by Jim Thompson almost 6 years ago
RFC 4106 section 8.2 says:
"This document does not specify the conventions for using AES-GCM for IKE Phase 1 negotiations. For AES-GCM to be used in this manner, a separate specification is needed, and an Encryption Algorithm Identifier needs to be assigned. Implementations SHOULD use an IKE Phase 1 cipher that is at least as strong as AES-GCM. The use of AES CBC [RFC3602] with the same key size used by AES-GCM-ESP is RECOMMENDED."
Which also recommend AES-CBC + HMAC-SHA-384.
RFC 4543 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4543.txt) has similar language to rfc4869.
In summary, any use of AES-GCM for Phase 1 is an error. As such, the fact that "AES-GCM can't be chosen as an Encryption Algorithm" is not a bug.