a) another F5
b) not an F5
I'm putting those 2 options there in case the answer is different for each.
The last devcentral posts I saw on this indicated that the encryption/decryption was intended to be carried out on the same device but that new information may be released soon. This was a year ago. Are there any updates?
A non-F5 device, SHOULD be possible, but I've never tried it...
I suspect what you're trying to do though is to tunnel traffic across a network from one F5 to another? If so, why not simply use an SSL/TLS tunnel or connection?
Does anyone know the syntax to decrypt data on say, a linux machine with openssl command? I am trying to do this as a proof of concept. Obviously we are using a pre shared key.
What cipher is it?
This does NOT work:
openssl aes-256-ecb -d -K MY_AES_256_KEY_HERE base64 -in MY_F5_Base64_encoded_aes256_string_here.txt -debug