[Cerowrt-devel] CeroWrt 3.6.11-2 is out with ipv6-support package, bleeding edge dnsmasq, upnp,

Maciej Soltysiak maciej at soltysiak.com
Sun Dec 23 15:41:35 EST 2012

Fantastic! I'll test the build with a upnp client and an ssdp device mid
next week.

Happy holidays!
On 23 Dec 2012 21:08, "Dave Taht" <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am not in a position to test this release at all - I gave my last
> wndr3800s to a deserving student in Paris, and the only other ones I
> have are in the yurtlab and I'm 3000 miles from there.
> So do not under any circumstances install this one on your default
> gateway as yet.
> If you are daring, and bold, and have had perhaps a bit too much
> eggnog, please feel free to try out this release.
> I AM happy to announce that thx to stephen walker polishing up the
> last bits of bug http://www.bufferbloat.net/issues/362 and then
> getting them into ceropackages, that at least in theory we have
> working upnp and mini-dnssd support. I don't have a device that uses
> this stuff, so I'd like to know if they work, particularly on an xbox.
> Or if I still missed something... I would certainly like more people's
> xboxes working by christmas.
> There is also the first version of Steven Barth's new ipv6-support
> package - supporting 6in4, 6to4, 6rd, and native ipv6, AND *dhcp-pd*,
> interfacing with a totally bleeding edge and highly beta version of
> Simon Kelley's dnsmasq, which does saner ipv6 naming of slaac and
> dhcpv6 assigned names, and dnsmasq also does dhcp-v6 services, and
> handles RA announcements, in addition to it's also eminent duties as a
> dns and dhcp server.
> Expect bugs! but aside from some new fq_codel work and getting npt66
> to work this is rather close to "Feature complete" for the next stable
> version of cerowrt...
> And... radvd is DEAD. Yea!
> The ipv6-support package is rather under documented as yet, as you
> might imagine. The GUI needs updating... the new options to it and
> dnsmasq I have in my mailbox...
> --
> Dave Täht
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