[Fusioninventory-user] tinc-vpn.org integration for key management

Rob Townley rob.townley at gmail.com
Wed Apr 21 13:25:29 UTC 2010

tinc-vpn relies on public / private key pairs.  But unlike LogMeIn's
hamachi, it is not zero-configuration yet because the keys have to be
exchanged by all parties involved.  Maybe someday tinc will be
modified to automate keys by using dynamic dns SRV and KEY records or
some other type of central repository.  In addition, there may be IP
addresses and subnet masks and other data, but the first focus is the
keying material.

Until then, i am wondering if anyone in this project uses
fusioninventory for tinc key management?  Something like push an
install of tinc out to clients and have the script bring back all the
public keys generated to be stored in glpi attached files.  Every so
often, the fusioninventory agent would pull down any new keys from any
other machines in its tinc network.

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