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Realm Specific IP implementation

Realm Specific IP implementation involves the creation of servers and clients running the Realm Specific IP (RSIP) protocol that are intended to be in full conformity with RFC3102 and 3103. RSIP is a new protocol developed as an alternative to the NAT/PAT, with the additional requirement to preserve end-to-end packet integrity.

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  •  08 Aug 2002 10:16

    Release Notes: In this version, an MTU option has been added to prevent problems with PPP interfaces. A minor bug in the UDP packet retransmission code has been fixed, and an internal cleanup has been performed.

    •  10 Jul 2002 07:59

      Release Notes: In this version, the last mandatory RSIP messages (QUERY messages) have been implemented, so the server is now RSIP compliant. Several minor bugs have been fixed and an internal cleanup has been performed.

      •  03 Jun 2002 08:52

        Release Notes: In this version, RSA-IP and RSAP-IP methods are supported for every IP address in the pool, the RSAP-IP routing efficiency has been improved, the code now compiles cleanly with gcc-3.1, and minor bugs have been fixed.

        •  29 May 2002 11:09

          Release Notes: In this version, a bug related to the RSA-IP method has been fixed.

          •  17 May 2002 10:44

            Release Notes: In this version, the ping processing has been improved. It now detects multiple replies to the same ping. It also avoids conflicts with simultaneous pings better. A new option (NET_DELAY) has been added to support slow or large networks. The core of the server has been completely rewritten to better handle multiple clients.

            Recent comments

            12 Aug 2003 20:02 rsalles

            Re: First great results obtained with RSIP

            > Several interesting tests have been
            > performed recently :
            >
            > - A GnomeMeeting was started on a
            > private RSIP host and was successfully
            > contacted by a public host. This was not
            > possible with NAT/PAT unless you
            > installed a specific H.323 module.
            >
            > - RSIP may now be used in practice as an
            > alternative to the NAT. Recently, I used
            > RSIP to allow an update of my Linux on
            > one of my private hosts, downloading at
            > more than 200KBytes/s. Performances
            > doesn't seem to be bad...
            >
            > Now, I need some people to beta-test the
            > server on various configurations, and to
            > help me in packaging the server.
            >
            > CÚdric de Launois


            I've installed it today and all the circunvolutions needed by iptables scripts to get services running inside a private network is history now. I would like to be a beta tester for this great project. Maybe some contributions at the rpm packaging for RH latest release can be donne for me, too.

            RSalles
            rsalles at rsnetservices dot com dot br

            27 Mar 2002 15:56 delaunoi

            First great results obtained with RSIP
            Several interesting tests have been performed recently :

            - A GnomeMeeting was started on a private RSIP host and was successfully contacted by a public host. This was not possible with NAT/PAT unless you installed a specific H.323 module.


            - RSIP may now be used in practice as an alternative to the NAT. Recently, I used RSIP to allow an update of my Linux on one of my private hosts, downloading at more than 200KBytes/s. Performances doesn't seem to be bad...


            Now, I need some people to beta-test the server on various configurations, and to help me in packaging the server.

            CÚdric de Launois

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