By default, MSRIPv6 has a single security policy which allows all IPv6 communication to bypass IPSec authentication without being verified. In other words, if you do nothing to modify the default configuration, this implementation will allow all IPv6 traffic to pass unchecked.
To use IPSec to authenticate communication, you need to manually create entries describing such traffic in our Security Policy (SP) and Security Association (SA) databases. We provide utilities to help you do that. You might also wish to read up on our SP and SA Databases before diving in.
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One final note: our IPSec implementation is undergoing very active development and it is likely that one or more of the utilities and file formats involved in specifying policies, associations, keys, etc. will be changed in the not too distant future.