On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 12:18:32PM +0700, Ivan Shmakov wrote: > >>>>> Samuel Thibault <samuel.thiba...@gnu.org> writes: > >>>>> Ivan Shmakov, le Wed 28 Jul 2010 19:13:44 +0700, a écrit : > > >>> - PPPoE/routing/NAT/packet filtering. > > >> I'd much appreciate IPv6 support, and there will be virtually no > >> need for NAT for me then. > > > AIUI, IPv6 is already supported. > > Indeed. Somehow, I've failed to notice that. > > >> • message passing on top of Linux: > > >> – with a user-space daemon; > > > Zheng Da's DDE work, yes. > > As per , it's quite the contrary: running Linux device > drivers in user-space with Mach as the host kernel, while I'm > suggesting running Linux as the host, and Mach in user-space.
Ah. That depends on where you interpret "on top of" :) > Somehow, I think that the latter would be a bit easier to > achieve. It's not so clear to me. Yes, given the amount of work a glue code represents it's probably easier. But DDE already does a lot of it, and antrik has been testing Zheng Da's network encapsulation for a long time now without problem except not being able to open the device from two pfinets. Samuel