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- Subject: RIPng
- From: [email protected] (Masaki Hirabaru)
- Date: Wed, 31 Jul 1996 19:28:57 -0400
- In-reply-to: Your message of "Wed, 31 Jul 1996 18:07:02 EDT." <[email protected]>
>> Yes. Craig Labovitz (MERIT) has developed a RIPv2 for IPv6,
>> which some sites on this list have been testing.
Craig and I are working on. It works on INRIA freebsd. It need
some modification to make it work on a tunnel, but soon.
> We have the following implementations running RIPng to start using
> 1. Telebit Router
> 2. Digital Router
> 3. Bay Networks Router
> 4. Sun Host
> 5. Digital Host (Static Routes now)
> So lets use them. UNH will have both Digital and Bay Routers. There
> will also be a Digital IPv6 router at G6 soon. Telebit is already doing
> this I think.
> So lets just do it and quit talking about it the code does exist.
I want to know how they implement ripng on a tunnel. I think that
the ripng draft doesn't clearly say in case of tunneling. There
is no link-local address and maybe no multicasting depending on
its sit implementation. I'm afraid that we need interoperablity
check on ripng as well. (Have it done at UNH? I'm sorry I'm a
newcomer) If some of 6bone sites can run ripng, I'd like to make
a temporal tunnel to it in order to check interoperablity with