* Fixed MLDv2, should now work correctly.
* Tested against live Cisco connected to m6bone
Thanks to: Bernhard Schmidt & Marco d'Itri
* Upstream interface selection (-i)
No queries will be sent to that interface.
* Very Strict compilation warnings.
A new version has been tested the last month, which should fix a number of problems and clean out MLDv1 support. It also allows multicast ping6's to be sent thus allowing one to see who is listening to a certain group.
Though the name of the project mentions hub, this is actually a full implementation of a IPv6 MLD capable Multicast Router for Linux currently. It allows one to forward IPv6 multicast based on the subscriptions provided by the MLD protocol.
This daemon is being used by the SixXS (http://www.sixxs.net) project to enable some of their POPs to do IPv6 allowing the users of those tunnels to send and receive Multicast IPv6 traffic and thus allowing people to start their own Internet Radio station, using multicast thus only 1 128kbit/s stream goes up.... and possibly thousands of users can listen to it ;)