A Happy New Year!
We are glad that we can announce the 3rd STABLE RELEASE of USAGI
(UniverSAl playGround for Ipv6) product on January 1st, 2002.
On this release, we provide ipv6 enhanced kernel (based on
linux-2.2.20 and/or linux-2.4.13) and basic IPv6 libraries and
The improved features are listed below.
- ICMPv6 Node Information Queries
- Privacy Extensions (RFC 3041)(kernel-2.4 only)
- IPv6 khttpd
- Better source address selection
- Per-device statistics for SNMP
- IPv4/IPv6 socket binding on the same port
- Dropping IPv6 packets with malicious address(es)
- Enabling default route when IPv6 forwarding is enabled
- Improving SO_REUSEADDR behavior
- Fixing bugs in NDP(Neighbor Discovery Protocol)
- Fixing bugs in Stateless Address Auto-configuration
- Catching up and implementing RFC2553 / RFC2553bis APIs
including IPV6_V6ONLY socket option
- Catching up and implementing RFC2292 / RFC2292bis APIs
- Making many basic applications IPv6 ready.
You can get our source codes from the following URL.
We also provide our code in the form divided into the patch
against the main-line kernel and the tool.
We plan to provide the binary packages for some distributions.
They will appear under
within several weeks.
We announce latest information via web. Please check
our web site <http://www.linux-ipv6.org>.
We also manage the mailing list for USAGI users.
If you have questions, please join the mailing list.
Comments and advises are also welcome on that mailing list.
Please visit <http://www.linux-ipv6.org/ml/> for further
About USAGI Project:
The USAGI Project is managed by volunteers and aims to provide better
IPv6 environment on Linux freely. We are tightly collaborating with
WIDE Project, KAME Project and TAHI Project, and trying
improving Linux kernel, IPv6 related libraries and IPv6 applications.
Our products are released every two weeks and stable release several
times a year. Please check our web site <http://www.linux-ipv6.org>
for the latest detailed information.
 USAGI Project <http://www.linux-ipv6.org>
 WIDE Project <http://www.wide.ad.jp>
 KAME Project <http://www.kame.net>
 TAHI Project <http://www.tahi.org>
USAGI Project <http://www.linux-ipv6.org>