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iked(8) gains client-side support for DNS configuration

Contributed by rueda on from the iked naming things dept.

With the following commit, Tobias Heider (tobhe@) added client-side support for DNS configuration to iked(8):

CVSROOT:	/cvs
Module name:	src
Changes by:	tobhe@cvs.openbsd.org	2021/09/01 09:30:07

Modified files:
	sbin/iked      : config.c iked.c iked.h ikev2.c ikev2_msg.c 
	                 ikev2_pld.c policy.c types.h vroute.c 

Log message:
Add client side support for DNS configuration. Use RTM_PROPOSAL_STATIC
route messages to propose the name server to resolvd(8).
For now, iked will only propose a single name server from the first
established connection.

Automatic name server configuration is enabled by default for policies using
the 'iface' option.

discussed with deraadt@
ok for the DNS parts florian@
ok for the rest patrick@

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