Miredo is an implementation of the "Teredo: Tunneling IPv6 over UDP through NATs" proposed Internet standard (RFC 4380). It can serve either as a Teredo client, a stand-alone Teredo relay, or a Teredo server. It is meant to provide IPv6 connectivity to hosts behind NAT devices, most of which do not support IPv6, and not even IPv6-over-IPv4 (including 6to4).
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Release Notes: Performance was greatly improved when libJudy is missing or disabled. Compilation on BSD was fixed. Portability problems on ARM were fixed.
Release Notes: This fixes a major crash regression in version 1.1.6 and a few (theoretical) race conditions. It also improves FreeBSD support.
Release Notes: This version fixes compilation on BSD and adds server support for Windows Vista clients.
Release Notes: This release fixes compilation on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release fixes a script error on Fedora, and a minor race condition at startup.