On Thu, Jan 25, 2001 at 02:40:22PM +0100, Ronald van der Pol wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Jan 2001, Matt Dillon wrote:
> (I have cc-ed [EMAIL PROTECTED])
> This came up about half a year ago in the KAME snap mailing list.
> I think the conclusion was: a migration from "old" RPC to TI-RPC
> is a pre-requisite for making NFS IPv6 aware.
> So, I was wondering whether a switch to TI-RPC is planned. I know
> it is a major task.

I don't think this is within the KAME-project scope. On NetBSD, the
NetBSD crowd has done this almost a year ago (I believe) and NFS over
IPv6 works just great on NetBSD. I'd guess FreeBSD could borrow a lot
from the NetBSD work, reducing the major-ness of the task?


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