[dsc] IPv6 Support?
andrew.ruthven at catalyst.net.nz
Mon Apr 2 22:45:33 MDT 2007
First off, thank you for working on this so correctly!
On Mon, 2007-04-02 at 18:47 -0600, Duane Wessels wrote:
> Well it wasn't as easy as I imagined, but I have some code up for
> anyone to try:
> You should find -DUSE_IPV6=1 in the top-level Makefile now.
I've managed to compile it, but I had to comment out the block checking
for ETHERTYPE_IPV6 in pcap.c. That doesn't appear to be defined on my
> There are no configuration file changes necessary to support IPv6.
> If you have v6 traffic you should see it in any dataset that uses
> the client address or subnet.
So I can't define the IPv6 address using local_address for the name
server for defining direction then?
Also, it doesn't seem to be collecting IPv6 addresses quite right, I've
pulled this out of one of the XML files:
It should be something like 2001:dce:4000:2::130 (that is the
> I have only tested the collector so far. I have not yet tested the
> presenter (graphing) to make sure that v6 addresses will be displayed
> correctly there.
I'll let you know what it is like once I have the XML data getting to
the box with the presenter running. I think that'll be tomorrows task.
Andrew Ruthven, Wellington, New Zealand
At work: andrew.ruthven at catalyst.net.nz
At home: andrew at etc.gen.nz
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