Hello all! I’m new here and still evaluating IPFire. This may be a bug or it may be a mis-understanding, and I don’t want to be muddying up the bug reporting system with something that may be intended or misunderstood…
I have been playing with IPsec RoadWarrier VPN tunnels. Several were created before the Core 158 update, all using the defaults through the interface screen. There was no problem using the disk-icon export and then importing the PKCS12 files into Windows 10 and Windows 11 computers.
Since Core Update 158, files exported through the interface are not being recognized by Windows or by KeyStore Explorer running on Windows. This is true of keys generated before and after Update 158. If the files are transferred directly out of /var/ipfire/certs using SCP, they are fine.
The reported size of the files SCP’d into Windows is 16,260 bytes, while the reported file size of the exported files through the interface are 5163 bytes, which is very close to the size (5136 bytes) in the Linux file system. This leads me to suspect a possible encoding issue with the export that has only been introduced since Update 158.
I am running IPFire on a Dell R620. Web access has been through Windows 10 and Windows 11, using Opera (which worked prior to Update 158), Edge, Chrome, FireFox and Brave browsers. (I have tested each of them - same results, same file size.)
If this is intended behavior, where would I find it documented? And if not, is this a bug which should be reported?