Originally part of the KAME code (KAME-Shisa), but not included in the
recently announced "final merge", MIPv6 is now taken care of by the (linux
centric) WIDE-Nautilus project. I am involved with a research group at
our university that is enhancing MIPv6. Our development and testing is
completely based on FreeBSD 5.4 + KAME-snap and I am looking at porting the
efforts to FreeBSD 6/CURRENT later.
For the talk I'd like to give a short introduction to MIPv6 in general and
it's implications. Later on I'd spend some time with explaining our
optimizations and how they have been implemented. This would be mainly to
foster some interest in MIPv6 in general within the BSD community again.
Unfortunately, the linux folks have taken over most of the current
developlent (eventhough KAME is a great foundation for IPv6 development).
speaker: Max Laier
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