Re: DOSemu networking made easy

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There is no really any way to translate ipv4 into ipv6.

About slirp - it is a pretty ancient soft indeed, but it is actively maintained by the qemu team. Both Qemu and Bochs use it for their user net service already, so it should be quite stable in time :)

Stas Sergeev <stsp@xxxxxxx> wrote:

>24.06.2013 23:58, Eric W. Biederman пишет:
>> Stas Sergeev <stsp@xxxxxxx> writes:
>>> Aha, thanks for an explanation!
>>> Now I've started to understand what is this all about. :)
>>> Lets add dosemu-devel and Eric Biederman into CC.
>>> The beginning is here:
>> I can see the appeal, of unprivileged NAT.
>> I don't think I have run any network facing applications in DOS.
>> Does the slirp code make any pretense of supporting IPv6?  Or is it
>> same code I used in college  20 years ago?
>You mean proxying the dosemu's IPv4 packets
>by the use of IPv6? May be interesting for the
>future, but IMHO IPv4 is not going to disappear
>any time soon so why do we care at that stage.
>My concern is also why there is no slirp packages
>in most distros including fedora it seems. Very
>few mentioning in google, not to say no docs -
>pure nothing, or at least nothing googlable.
>Last release like 10 years ago etc... This makes
>me really sceptical, may became a maintenance burden.
>But, as long as it works...
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