My IPv6 patch has progressed a lot during the last days.
You can fetch the latest version from:
Status of the patch at time of this writing:
- add/remove IPv6 address to/from context
- limit source of outgoing TCP/UDP packets
- limit possible addresses for binding sockets
- while filtering guest's devices, show those with available IPv6 addresses
- display IPv6 addresses in /proc/virtnet/<nid>/...
- Multicast no tested (behavior is side-effect of UDP)
- Possible race condition when removing ipv6 module (with simultaneous listing
of devices inside guest)
- RAW sockets are not filtered (at most as sideeffect)
For userspace not sure if util-vserver can already manipulate IPv6 addresses
associated to guest...
Possible alternative: vserver-utils (1.0.4 branch, svn HEAD) with libvserver
(trunk, svn HEAD) has support for it. (vncontext -A -6 -a ::1 -n 123)
Please report you success or failure, and good luck while testing!
IRC at #vserver: bonbons
On Monday 17 April 2006 04:58, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 16, 2006 at 09:59:18PM +0200, Sébastien CRAMATTE wrote:
> > I hope that coming soon 've got a dedicaded server with
> > IPV6 address block that waiting for :)
> well, once we are starting ipv6 stuff, we definitely
> need folks testing that, so it won't hurt to check
> the ML now and then and/or volunteer for some testing
> (that might speed up the process significantly)
> > Bruno a écrit :
> > >On Sunday 16 April 2006 20:40, Sébastien CRAMATTE wrote:
> > >>Hello
> > >>
> > >>Could you confirm me if IPV6 not works with VSERVER ?
> > >>I believe that I've readen that not yet ...
> > >>
> > >>Bye
> > >
> > >Currently Linux-VServer does not support IPv6, but a patch for IPv6
> > >is being written. Support will be equivalent to current IPv4 support.
> > >
> > >Bruno
> > >
> > >#vserver: bonbons
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