for multicast destinations.
(report from email@example.com)
* freebsd4/sys/netinet6/udp6_usrreq.c (udp6_input): corrected address matching rules for incoming multicast packets, as suggested by Konstantin KABASSANOV <Konstantin.Kabassanov@lip6.fr> Without the change, multicast applications that binds the receiving socket with the multicast address would fail to accept incoming packets.
from: Konstantin KABASSANOV <Konstantin.Kabassanov@lip6.fr>
frag6_drain. (lock performed on netbsd/openbsd only, as other *BSD does not lock during ip_reass)
ifp when creating a reverse tunnel to the HA.
the route for the reverse tunnel.
XXX testers wanted, as sys/net/zlib.c differs by platforms.
and larger than 1232 bytes (excluding IPv4 header) into two IPv6 packet.
…(that is, doesn't understand HAO), the MN automatically tunnels the packets to the peer via HA. to use BDT, specify 'options MIP6_BDT'. currently, MIP6_BDT cannot be specified in conjunction with MIP6_ALLOW_COA_FALLBACK.
message when DF flag is set. - Calculate an ipv6 packet size including fragment header when DF flag is not set.
specify 'options MIP6_STATIC_HADDR' and use 'mip6control -I ifid' to set ifid. this is very experimental.
From: Mike Pechkin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* kame/sys/netinet6/ip6_mroute.c: - made sure to attach packet addresses to every mbuf even after m_copy(). - added a supplement function m_copy_withpktaddrs() for this purpose. Thanks to: "Konstantin KABASSANOV" <Konstantin.Kabassanov@lip6.fr> for finding the problem and testing patches.
…y(). - added a supplement function m_copy_withpktaddrs() for this purpose.
ICMPv4->ICMPv6 translation only). According to RFC2765 3.1.