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[usagi-announce] 2001/09/17 snapshot



Hello,

We release the latest snapshots dated on 09/17/2001.
As for new features, the usagi24 snapshot includes
	- ATM driver and tools which support IPv6 and
	- source address selection based on draft-ietf-ipngwg-default-addr-select-05
	  (not completely).
It also includes some important bug fixes regarding NDP, MobileIPv6 and ICMP NI query.

Please upgrade and enjoy USAGI !
	<ftp://ftp.linux-ipv6.org/pub/usagi/kit/>
		usagi-20010917-linux22.tar.bz2
		usagi-20010917-linux24.tar.bz2

Here is CHANGELOGs.
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<200109>
2001/09/17	yoshfuji
	* kernel/linux2{2,4}/net/ipv6/icmp.c: fixed oops when received
	Node Information Query for information other than IPv4 addresses
	with IPv4 Subject Address.  People should apply this fix.

2001/09/16	kunitake
	* Integrated patch-o-match/*.ipv6 from iptables-1.2.3 into main 
          trunk of USAGI.

2001/09/15      kita
	* kernel/linux24/include/net/addrconf.h,
	kernel/linux24/net/ipv6/addrconf.c: added default source address
	selection based on <draft-ietf-ipngwg-default-addr-select-05.txt>.
	XXX: We don't support Policy Table yet.

2001/09/15	yoshfuji
	* kernel/linux2{2,4}/net/ipv6/icmp.c: don't fill temporary addresses
	into NI Reply for addresses.  Also, subject address should not be 
	a temporary one.

2001/09/15	serizawa
	* kernel/linux24/include/linux/{atmipv6.h,atmioc.h},
        kernel/linux24/include/net/atmiov6.h, 
        kernel/linux24/net/atm/{Makefile,Config.in,ipv6atm.c,common.c,proc.c}:
        src/atm/*: added IPv6 PVC (i.e. IPv6 over ATM) support.

2001/09/13	takamiya
	* kernel/linux24/include/net/{ipv6.h,mipglue.h,ndisc.h},net/netsyms.c:
	to be able to use MIPL even if ipv6 is statically linked.

2001/09/13	takamiya
	* src/miplv6/mipdiag.c: fix against core dump when mipv6_sas.conf
	doesn't have newline at the end of file.

2001/09/13	yoshfuji
	* kernel/linux24/net/ipv6/ndisc.c: drop lladdr option if the size
	of the option is not appropriate; kernel might panic if neighbor
	sends shorter lladdr option.


-- Yuji Sekiya @ USAGI Project