Client to connect to IPv6 tunnel brokers
TSP is a control protocol used to establish and maintain static tunnels.
The Gateway6 client (gogoc) is used on the host computer to connect to a
tunnel broker using the TSP protocol and to get the information for its
tunnel. When it receives the information for the tunnel, the Gateway6
client creates the static tunnel on its operating system.
This package was previously called gw6c or tspc.
README file for Debian package gogoc
Obtaining Server Key
If you use the authentication methods to login to the broker, you will need
to get the server key. The program will check for the correct key and not
start without it. To obtain the key, run /usr/sbin/gogoc on the command line
and agree to add the ke
GOGOC.CONF(5) BSD File Formats Manual GOGOC.CONF(5)
gogoc.conf — gogoCLIENT Configuration File
The gogoCLIENT gogoc(8) is a client program which enables a
host to query a tunnel server to establish a tunnel between the
host and the server using the TSP protocol. The gogoc configu‐
ration file contains information that is read by gogoc(8
GOGOC(8) BSD System Manager's Manual GOGOC(8)
gogoc — gogoCLIENT
gogoc [-h] [-?] [-y] [-n] [-b]
gogoc [-f config_file] [-i interface_name] [-u interface_name]
[-s interface_name] [-r retry_delay]
gogoc provides a means to configure a tunnel obtained from a
tunnel server that supports the tunnel setup protocol
gogoc (1:1.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
* gogoc becomes a daemon earlier Closes: #577618
This package was debianized by Craig Small <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sun, 20 Jul 2008 16:10:21 +1000.
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