carter at qosient.com
Thu Mar 9 12:05:14 EST 2006
Do you mean NASA's Mars network, which would be cool, or the
European Marine Research Net? Not sure that is gotten around
that much yet, but it has been on a large number of IPv6 networks
already. The IPv6 icmp unreachables mapped to IPv6 flows needs
to be tested/validated, as I haven't had many examples, but the rest
seems to be working very well.
You know they did do some flow collection on a recent Shuttle
mission, but I couldn't find out if it was Argus that they were using.
That would have been cool.
On Mar 9, 2006, at 11:24 AM, eric wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-03-09 at 08:17:43 -0800, Peter Van Epp proclaimed...
>> I'm in! I need to update my multi OS test box since all its versions
>> will be 2 years out of date but its still sitting on the rack
>> behind me :-).
>> I don't have any IP V6 yet but it sounds like other folks do and my
>> HPC folks have both Opterons for 64 bit and a PowerPC Xserve that
>> they think
>> they have fought SUSE Linux on to for a development box for their
>> AIX cluster
>> but I know they really want me to use as an argus sensor (after I
>> talk Lixin
>> into putting the ring buffer code on it :-)). So as usual that
>> covers off
>> Free/Net/OpenBSD and MAC OS 10.
> I've got IPv6 in production. While there's not a lot of traffic,
> it's being
> used. I'm sure Carter has other people with much larger networks
> that have
> tested the v6 stuff tho :) Carter: is Argus on Mars yet? :)
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