doc: Remove obsolete architecture description and empty known bugs list
authorTobias Brunner <tobias@strongswan.org>
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 16:28:26 +0000 (18:28 +0200)
committerTobias Brunner <tobias@strongswan.org>
Mon, 30 Jun 2014 11:16:17 +0000 (13:16 +0200)
doc/Known-bugs.txt [deleted file]
doc/architecture.h [deleted file]

diff --git a/doc/Known-bugs.txt b/doc/Known-bugs.txt
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- Known bugs in charon
-======================
-
-
-
diff --git a/doc/architecture.h b/doc/architecture.h
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-/** @mainpage
-
-@section design strongSwans overall design
-
-IKEv1 and IKEv2 is handled in different keying daemons. The ole IKEv1 stuff is
-completely handled in pluto, as it was all the times. IKEv2 is handled in the
-new keying daemon, which is called #charon. 
-Daemon control is done over unix sockets. Pluto uses whack, as it did for years.
-Charon uses another socket interface, called stroke. Stroke uses another
-format as whack and therefore is not compatible to whack. The starter utility,
-which does fast configuration parsing, speaks both the protocols, whack and
-stroke. It also handles daemon startup and termination. 
-Pluto uses starter for some commands, for other it uses the whack utility. To be
-as close to pluto as possible, charon has the same split up of commands to
-starter and stroke. All commands are wrapped together in the ipsec script, which
-allows transparent control of both daemons.
-@verbatim
-
-         +-----------------------------------------+
-         |                  ipsec                  |
-         +-----+--------------+---------------+----+
-               |              |               |
-               |              |               |
-               |        +-----+-----+         |
-         +-----+----+   |           |   +-----+----+
-         |          |   |  starter  |   |          |
-         |  stroke  |   |           |   |   whack  |
-         |          |   +---+--+----+   |          |
-         +------+---+       |  |        +--+-------+
-                |           |  |           |
-            +---+------+    |  |    +------+--+
-            |          |    |  |    |         |
-            |  charon  +----+  +----+  pluto  |
-            |          |            |         |
-            +-----+----+            +----+----+
-                  |                      |
-            +-----+----+                 |
-            |    LSF   |                 |
-            +-----+----+                 |
-                  |                      |
-            +-----+----+            +----+----+
-            | RAW Sock |            | UDP/500 |
-            +----------+            +---------+
-
-@endverbatim
-Since IKEv2 uses the same port as IKEv1, both daemons must listen to UDP port
-500. Under Linux, there is no clean way to set up two sockets at the same port.
-To reslove this problem, charon uses a RAW socket, as they are used in network
-sniffers. An installed Linux Socket Filter (LSF) filters out all none-IKEv2
-traffic. Pluto receives any IKE message, independent of charon's behavior.
-Therefore plutos behavior is changed to discard any IKEv2 traffic silently.
-
-To gain some reusability of the code, generic crypto and utility functions are 
-separeted in a shared library, libstrongswan.
-
-*/