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ANGEL APPLICATION getting ready for IPv6?

After a beautiful afternoon hack, we got the angel-app to work with miredo/teredo and IPv6.

screenshot with IPv6 address

CHECK OUT THE URI ON THAT BITCH!!!!

What's the meaning of this you might ask yourself? Well, it means the potential for true p2p networking, which has so far been a real pain in the ANGEL APPLICATION's backside.

Among other things, agent.POL has been able to access my ANGEL APPLICATION instance running on my laptop at home -- behind 2 layers of NAT, no less.

And if you have a teredo-enabled host (perhaps even with any IPv6-enabled host, we're not sure yet), you can try it yourself for the time being (no guarantees):

http://[2001::53aa:64c:0:a3a3:c1f3:6f11]:6221/

This means that a highly secure pull-only model is (in principle) within reach, greatly simplifying and stabilizing the ANGEL APPLICATION.

Stay tuned.

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zai @ 20.08.2007 10:55 CET
lets meet this week to discuss further steps.
vincent @ 22.08.2007 21:11 CET
sudo ip6fw -q add 1000 deny log tcp from any to 2001::/16 22
vincent @ 22.08.2007 21:46 CET
#!/bin/sh

LOGFILE=/dev/null

exec > "$LOGFILE" 2>&1
echo "Starting miredo hook for setting up firewall rules...."
echo "$0: $$"
echo "uid: $UID"
killall -HUP lookupd DirectoryService

/sbin/ip6fw add 1000 allow log tcp from any to any 6221
/sbin/ip6fw add 1001 deny log tcp from any to any
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