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There is one more NetBSD-specific bug in unix-console/Makefile but it's fixed by the last chunk of patches/patch-aa and will be in the next release. Install COPYRIGHT in the documentation directory as well. Detailed aiccu ChangeLog: aiccu (20070115) stable; urgency=medium * Fixup in Debian init script (based on original patch by Bernhard Schmidt). * Change in redirections so that errors don't show in debconf menu's etc. * NetBSD fixes as there is not always a Tunnel Device that supports IPv6 (thanks to Geert Hendrickx). * Gentoo ebuild update, adding depends and require ntp-client. * RPM spec update, add build-requirement. * Check return values of system commands. * Added a big warning about running AICCU from Daemontools and similar programs which run AICCU in a loop, thus hammering the TIC server. * Be a bit smarter in checking for support of IPv6. -- Jeroen Massar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 15 Jan 2007 11:00:42 +0000 aiccu (20070107) stable; urgency=high * 2007 Edition of AICCU. * License change to standard 3-clause BSD license. With thanks to Theo de Raadt, Marco d'Itri and Philipp Kern for their wise words and reasoning for coming to this decision. * High urgency because of the above and it fixing large problems. * Fixed Mac OS X / Darwin support on the MacBookPro of Pim van Pelt. * Added MTU, from TIC, configuration on most platforms. * Fixed up silly linux bug, adding LL address to tunnels but not to tun/taps. * Removed Win32 Alpha Endianess (reported by Christian Weisgerber). * Fixed up alignment error in parseline() (reported by Christian Weisgerber). * OpenBSD 4.0 support (patch provided by Christian Weisgerber). * OpenBSD AYIYA fixup (patch provided by Pim van Pelt). * Fedora/RPM init script fixup (bash case's don't fall through) reported and patch supplied by Matt Domsch. * NetBSD AYIYA support (noted by Tobias Riediger) Works on NetBSD 4.x, for NetBSD 3.0 one needs to patch tun/tap to support IPv6. Patch is available from the archives. * local_ipv4_override option so one can use AICCU behind a NAT that has been configured correctly to do proto-41 forwarding. This is usually called a DMZ setup. -- Jeroen Massar <email@example.com> Sun, 07 Jan 2007 14:00:42 +0000 aiccu (20060806) stable; urgency=low * Changelog version format change as the 'official' (before there where legal issues as they don't understand the word 'SHOULD' which is cleary defined in the IETF and now somebody simply uploaded it anyway it without even asking or notifying us about it) debian packages which are broken, old and unsupported would seem newer and thus this new version would not get updated to even when folks would have the official AICCU repository in their sources.list. This solves that issue. * pidfile fixup and configuration parameter. * Corrected Broker selection in debconf. * Configuration file rewriting by debconf is now done in a 'nice' way. -- Jeroen Massar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 6 Aug 2006 13:56:42 +0100
ChangeLog: aiccu (2006-07-25) * DragonFlyBSD fix aiccu (2006-07-23) * The Nina'th release. * Verified AYIYA support on Windows, OpenBSD, FreeBSD and Linux ia32/AMD64/armeb. * Disabled TSP and L2TP (Teepee) support as they are not finished. * No more IPv4 interface as it is not used anymore. * On AIX we now compile with xlc_r. * Retrieves Tunnel Brokers from _aiccu.<search path> and from _aiccu.sixxs.net. aiccu (2006-07-13) * Added no-configure and defaultroute options. * AYIYA now forks so that AYIYA heartbeats work. * Ctrl-C handling * Protocol and server can be specified in configuration file * AYIYA fixes: header alignment, Win32 TAP 8.1 support * TAP listing using --listtaps (windows) * Confuration can now be saved using a menu entry in the GUI (windows) * TAP interface renaming when it's the only TAP and name not in the config (windows) * Fedora fixes by Matt Domsch aiccu (2006-03-10) * Changed Debian start/stop priority as noted by Mario 'BitKoenig' Holbe. They now match openvpn/pppd etc. aiccu (2005-12-05) * DragonFlyBSD (uses the FreeBSD4 interface) added as noted by Geert Hendrickx. aiccu (2005-08-14) * Mac OS X typo-fix (reported by Wim Biemolt) * GNUTLS support. TIC will go over TLS avoiding cleartext negotiations where possible. * Heartbeat stop & start per signal (requested by Peter Bieringer) * AYIYA Heartbeating. * L2TPv2 Support. * TSP Support. * Gary Coady's <email@example.com> Debian/Ubuntu update: * Use dpkg-buildpackage to generate deb files * Remove configuration checks from Debian init script * Use common print functions in Debian init script * Add 'tunnels' parameter to aiccu, which reports available tunnels * Return non-zero exit code if unable to successfully authenticate to POP * Log to stderr instead of stdout * Send signal 0 to existing aiccu binary instead of SIGHUP * Add debconf support Thanks to Gary for these very nice addons! * Added OpenBSD PortInfo by Thomas Kaschwig * Added Makefile changes to support FreeBSD6, noted by Meno Abels * Added _NETBSD_SOURCE define as mentioned by Maarten Dammers * Changed aiccu_kame to do configuration differently depending if the interface is a proto-41 one or a tun device. * Solaris and AIX support + Endian Fixes. * 'version' option for unix_console. * 64bit fixes + compilation check against a big number of platforms. * Multiple Tunnelbrokers Support using TXT records from _aiccu.sixxs.net DNS. * AYIYA Port number set to 5072 (IANA assigned)
compatibility. Bump PKGREVISION.
pkginstall framework. In the case of libtool-base, avoid using FILES_SUBST_SED where it isn't needed.
AICCU (Automatic IPv6 Connectivity Client Utility) makes it easy for users to get IPv6 connectivity via SixXs. After having requested an account, tunnel and optionally a subnet, AICCU can be used to automatically configure the tunnel. AICCU supports TIC (Tunnel Information & Control protocol), which it uses for retrieving the tunnel configuration information, AYIYA, which allows tunnels to be created even behind firewalls and NATs.