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From: "Andrew Wenlang Zhu" <Andrew.Zhu@xxxxxx>
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Subject: AH or ESP protocol support in IKEv1
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2003 18:31:50 -0700
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I have one question regarding AH and ESP, Which protocol is the MUST be
supported protocol in IPSec? Or supporting either one can be claimed that
the implementation is standard compliant(assume other things are same)?

I cannot find a clear statement in RFCs.