[afripv6-discuss] Fwd: [afgwg-discuss] 6 Steps for Jump-Starting
IPv6 Adoption in Government
Iñigo Ortiz de Urbina
inigo at infornografia.net
Thu May 24 18:00:02 SAST 2012
On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 3:27 PM, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu> wrote:
> On Thursday, May 24, 2012 01:18:10 PM Iñigo Ortiz de Urbina
>> Projects like PFSense  are maintained actively...
> My understanding is that pfSense will get proper v6
> capabilities in release 2.1, which you can get if you're
> willing to beta test.
This is correct, as documented on their website:
That is why I included the link to OpenBSD, which has solid IPv6
support and has recently been enhanced (NAT66!) as of release 5.1:
For the best IPv6 support, running OpenBSD current is advised, as it
includes the latests patches to the source code. Keep in mind -current
does not mean -unstable under OpenBSD development process.
On another note, I think the FreeBSD implementation of rtadvd is the
best, as it has features not seen in other OSs:
- Así que este es el futuro del hombre: calentarse a los rayos del
sol, bañarse en las claras corrientes de agua, y comer los frutos de
la tierra olvidando todo trabajo y fatiga.
- Bueno, y por qué no?
"El tiempo en sus manos"
More information about the afripv6-discuss