Tunneling of Ipv6 over UDP through NATs
Miredo is an implementation of the "Teredo: Tunneling IPv6 over UDP
through NATs" proposed Internet standard (RFC4380). It can serve
either as a Teredo client, a stand-alone Teredo relay, or a Teredo
server. It is meant to provide IPv6 connectivity to hosts behind NAT
devices, most of which do not support IPv6, and not even
IPv6-over-IPv4 (including 6to4).
Miredo : open-source Teredo
Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Rémi Denis-Courmont.
Welcome to Miredo’s user’s guide!
Where to go?
If you’ve used olders versions of this program, you should read NEWS
for a summary of the most recent updates and changes.
For detailled usage instructions, you should refer to the Unix manual
page miredo(8) which should
RELEASE NOTES for Miredo
stable release version 1.1.7
This is a stable release. There are no known outstanding issues. We
strongly encourage users from previous releases to upgrade, as some important
fixes are included.
Please report any problem by email to miredo-devel (at) remlab (dot) net
You can find major changes since version 0.1.0 below. For more genera
TEREDO-MIRE(1) User Commands TEREDO-MIRE(1)
teredo-mire - Stateless Teredo IPv6 responder
Teredo-Mire is a test back-end for the Teredo IPv6 tunneling
protocol. It listens for requests from other Teredo clients
or IPv6 nodes (through Teredo relays) and answers to them
MIREDO-SERVER.CONF(5) System Manager's Manual MIREDO-SERVER.CONF(5)
MIREDO.CONF(5) System Manager's Manual MIREDO.CONF(5)
miredo.conf - co
MIREDO-CHECKCONF(8) System Manager's Manual MIREDO-CHECKCONF(8)
MIREDO-SERVER(8) System Manager's Manual MIREDO-SERVER(8)
MIREDO(8) System Manager's Manual MIREDO(8)
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