ip-macsec man page

ip-macsec — MACsec device configuration

Synopsis

ip link add link DEVICE name NAME type macsec [ [ address <lladdr> ] port PORT | sci <u64> ] [ cipher { default | gcm-aes-128 } ] [ icvlen ICVLEN ] [ encrypt { on | off } ] [ send_sci { on | off } ] [ end_station { on | off } ] [ scb { on | off } ] [ protect { on | off } ] [ replay { on | off } ] [ window WINDOW ] [ validate { strict | check | disabled } ] [ encodingsa SA ]

ip macsec add DEV tx sa { 0..3 } [ OPTS ] key ID KEY
ip macsec set DEV tx sa { 0..3 } [ OPTS ]
ip macsec del DEV tx sa { 0..3 }

ip macsec add DEV rx SCI [ on | off ]
ip macsec set DEV rx SCI [ on | off ]
ip macsec del DEV rx SCI

ip macsec add DEV rx SCI sa { 0..3 } [ OPTS ] key ID KEY
ip macsec set DEV rx SCI sa { 0..3 } [ OPTS ]
ip macsec del DEV rx SCI sa { 0..3 }

ip macsec show [ DEV ]

OPTS := [ pn { 1..2^32-1 } ] [ on | off ]
SCI := { sci <u64> | port PORT address <lladdr> }
PORT := { 1..2^16-1 }

Description

The ip macsec commands are used to configure transmit secure associations and receive secure channels and their secure associations on a MACsec device created with the ip link add command using the macsec type.

Examples

Configure a secure association on that device

# ip macsec add macsec0 tx sa 0 pn 1024 on key 01 81818181818181818181818181818181

Configure a receive channel

# ip macsec add macsec0 rx port 1234 address c6:19:52:8f:e6:a0

Configure a receive association

# ip macsec add macsec0 rx port 1234 address c6:19:52:8f:e6:a0 sa 0 pn 1 on key 00 82828282828282828282828282828282

Display MACsec configuration

# ip macsec show

See Also

ip-link(8)

Author

Sabrina Dubroca <sd@queasysnail.net>

Info

07 Mar 2016 iproute Linux