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In article <20050207102553.28a46fcd.didier@xxxxxxxxxxx> (at Mon, 7 Feb 2005
10:25:53 +0100), Didier Barvaux <didier@xxxxxxxxxxx> says:
> I'm searching for information about the current status of IPv6 in the Linux
> 2.6/2.4 vanilla kernels. Unfortunately, I have not found up-to-date data.
> I have found Peter Bieringer's 'IPv6 & Linux' page  and some quite old
> TAHI Conformance Test's results on kernel 2.6.1  from the USAGI project.
> As you can see, information I have found are quite outdated.
> So, have someone more up-to-date data ?
Well, we haven't tested vanilla linux-2.4.x recently.
However, linux-2.6.11-rc2 w/ usagi-tools (userspace daemon etc.),
acting as host and/or router, passed IPv6 Ready Logo 
Phase 1 Self-Test, which is similar to CT.
(Note: usagi-linux24 and usagi-linux26 passed it, too.)
And, we are trying passing Phase 2 Self-Test as well.
My private tree already passed it, and patches will soon be available
(in linux-2.6.12 timeframe).
I think linux-2.6.11-rc2 w/ usagi-tools can pass TAHI CT;
we will test later.
We may try to backport changes to 2.4.x.
I hope this helps. Thanks.
Hideaki YOSHIFUJI @ USAGI Project <yoshfuji@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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