[radvd-devel-l] How do I configure a simple multicast routing?
programmerhobby at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Oct 15 04:04:28 EDT 2005
Ok, the name of radvd implies what you say, althoug
the following line in the changes "Fix a multicast
join issue with HUP signal on newer 2.6.12+ Linux
got me to believe that it could do routing.
So, what should I use for my purpose, I understand the
kernel does not do any multicast routing? I use 2.4
--- Nathan Lutchansky <lutchann at litech.org> wrote:
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> On Fri, 14 Oct 2005, Peter wrote:
> > I cant find any documentation on how to use radvd.
> Probably "man radvd" and "man radvd.conf" are what
> you're looking for.
> > I have on one network interface a potential
> > and I want radvd to trigger on the join from there
> > then route a multicast stream that I produce on
> > another network interface.
> I think you're confused about the purpose of radvd.
> It does not perform
> any routing, multicast or otherwise, although it is
> often installed on
> systems that perform routing. radvd sends IPv6
> router advertisement
> messages which are mostly used configure addresses
> on IPv6 hosts using the
> autonomous address configuration method described in
> RFC 2461. -Nathan
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