DragonFly bugs List (threaded) for 2004-05
Re: Apache2 [IPv6 and friends...]
"Hiten Pandya" <hmp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I say dump the KAME code completely... after my fondling with
> the SCTP stack, I can say with certain amount of confidence
> that it sucks. My porting effort would have gone from 4 days
> to half-a-day if they wrote it right and didn't make #ifdef
> hell. :-)
> Has anyone looked into the licensing issues with BSD/OS's NRL
> IPv6 stack?
The NRL stack has a license that looks very much like a BSD license (see
However, there are two problems. First, not being in the US I'm only allowed
download a version with the crypto parts ripped out. Second, the most recent
version I could find seems to be about six years old (December 1998).
Another publicly available IPv6 stack is that by INRIA, which seems to be a
more recent (2000). However, the version I found it is lacking a license
and most of the source files don't have a license or copyright included in
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