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changeset 4233: a8f5c2b0361c
parent 4232: df4df0500dba
child 4234: 73a183ea6146
author: cinap_lenrek@felloff.net
date: Thu, 29 Jan 2015 13:16:08 +0100
files: sys/man/8/6in4
description: 6in4(8): document ayiya
     1.1--- a/sys/man/8/6in4
     1.2+++ b/sys/man/8/6in4
     1.3@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
     1.4 .TH 6IN4 8
     1.5 .SH NAME
     1.6-6in4 - configure and run automatic or manual 6to4 tunnel of IPv6 through IPv4
     1.7+6in4, ayiya - configure and run automatic or manual tunnel of IPv6 through IPv4
     1.8 .SH SYNOPSIS
     1.9 .B ip/6in4
    1.10 [
    1.11@@ -12,15 +12,32 @@ 6in4 - configure and run automatic or ma
    1.12 .B -o
    1.13 .I outnetmtpt
    1.14 ] [
    1.15-.IB local6[ / mask]
    1.16+.IB local6 [ /mask ]
    1.17 [
    1.18 .I remote4
    1.19 [
    1.20 .I remote6
    1.21 ] ] ]
    1.22+.br
    1.23+.B ip/ayiya
    1.24+[
    1.25+.B -g
    1.26+] [
    1.27+.B -x
    1.28+.I netmtpt
    1.29+] [
    1.30+.B -k
    1.31+.I secret
    1.32+]
    1.33+.IB local6 [ /mask ]
    1.34+.I remote4
    1.35+.I remote6
    1.36 .SH DESCRIPTION
    1.37 .I 6in4
    1.38-sets up and maintains a tunnel of IPv6 traffic through an IPv4 connection.
    1.39+sets up and maintains a 6to4 tunnel of IPv6 traffic through an IPv4 connection.
    1.40+.I Ayiya
    1.41+is similar, but uses the UDP based Anything In Anything protocol to
    1.42+tunnel IPv6 traffic.
    1.43 .PP
    1.44 .I Local6
    1.45 and
    1.46@@ -62,8 +79,7 @@ is the IPv6 address of the far end of th
    1.47 defaults to a link-local address constructed from
    1.48 .IR remote4 ).
    1.49 .PP
    1.50-.I 6in4
    1.51-forks a pair of background processes to copy packets to and from
    1.52+The program forks a pair of background processes to copy packets to and from
    1.53 the tunnel.
    1.54 .PP
    1.55 Options are:
    1.56@@ -71,6 +87,8 @@ Options are:
    1.57 .PD 0
    1.58 .TP
    1.59 .B -a
    1.60+for
    1.61+.IR 6in4 ,
    1.62 permit any remote IPv4 address as the far end of a tunnel.
    1.63 This is likely to be useful for the server side of a tunnel.
    1.64 .TP
    1.65@@ -86,6 +104,8 @@ for binding the tunnel interface and sen
    1.66 packets.
    1.67 .TP
    1.68 .B -o
    1.69+for
    1.70+.IR 6in4 ,
    1.71 use
    1.72 .I outnetmtpt
    1.73 for the IPv4 packets but bind the IPv6 interface on
    1.74@@ -95,6 +115,13 @@ or
    1.75 when specified by a previous
    1.76 .B -x
    1.77 option.
    1.78+.TP
    1.79+.B -k
    1.80+for
    1.81+.IR ayiya ,
    1.82+use the shared secret key
    1.83+.I secret
    1.84+to authenticate messages on the tunnel.
    1.85 .PD
    1.86 .SH EXAMPLES
    1.87 If your primary IPv4 address is public,
    1.88@@ -146,6 +173,8 @@ in
    1.89 .B /lib/rfc/rfc3056
    1.90 .br
    1.91 .B /lib/rfc/rfc3068
    1.92+.br
    1.93+.B http://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-massar-v6ops-ayiya-02.txt
    1.94 .SH BUGS
    1.95 Needs a kernel with an
    1.96 .I ipmux