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"Linux kernel developer, who's doing Android and U-Boot work occasionally. Recently my main responsibility was Android kernel upstreaming and helping to get X15 board to AOSP."
Texas Instruments
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Sam Protsenko
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YVR18-501:Using VPN implementation from upstream kernel in Android
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Till now Android is using its own L2TP/PPTP protocols implementation from Android kernel. The same functionality is available in upstream kernel. In order to make Android kernel closer to upstream kernel, we want to get rid that implementation from Android kernel and re-use the one from upstream kernel. Some work was done in AOSP to make it possible. During this session we will review how VPN works in AOSP system components, and how we switched to use upstream L2TP/PPTP.

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