The USAGI Project (UniverSAl playGround for Ipv6 Project) aims to provide a better IPv6 environment for Linux in conjunction with the WIDE, KAME, and TAHI projects. It includes Linux kernel extensions, IPv6 related libraries, and IPv6 applications.
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Release Notes: Unused code was removed. Minor bugfixes were made. Some of the additional utilities were reorganized.
Release Notes: Marked Router Solicitation/Advertisement, Neighbor, Solicitation/Advertisement, and Redirect ICMPv6 messages as "known". Support was added for a mix of mobile and fixed IPv6 nodes on the network. The environment was updated to Linux 2.6.16.
Release Notes: Ported to Linux 2.6.15. RFC3542 socket options are used if available.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and the removal of redundant code.
Release Notes: Updated to Linux 2.6.14. Many minor bugfixes.