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If you need one encapsulation link, use the kernel's built-in support. If you need a lot of encapsulation links, give this daemon a try.
This is the IP over IP encapsulation daemon. It is an alternative to the kernel's native encapsulation support when dealing with more than a few encapsulation pipes. It's much easier to update the ipip daemon's routing table than to have to configure and route a bunch of different interfaces in the kernel. The daemon was written by Mike Westerhof, and has been maintained since 1992 by Bdale Gar more»
The machine col.hp.com runs a "bent pipe" ipip router. The machine relay.code.org runs a serial link to a Gracilis switch, a tunnel driver interface to the local protocol stack, and ipip back to col.hp.com. The munge script in the col.hp.com directory is worth a look-see for net-44 gateway sysops! Bdale
IPIP(1) IPIP(1) NAME ipip - an IP over IP encapsulation daemon SYNOPSIS ipip DESCRIPTION This is a user-space daemon that supports encapsulation of IP over IP. Modern Linux kernels provide this ability in the kernel, but consume an interface per encapsulated link. This can be impractical for vi more»
ipip (1.1.9) unstable; urgency=low * add Vcs entries to the control file * move gbp.conf to .gi more»
This package was originally written by Mike Westerhof for SunOS. Bdale Garbee ported it to HP-UX an more»