PRs for tag 'ip6'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'ip6' as of 3-12-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag 'ip6':
|o||2013/06/07||kern/179392||pf||[pf] [ip6] Incorrect TCP checksums in rdr return packets|
|p||2013/03/02||kern/176596||ae||[firewire] [ip6] Crash with IPv6 and Firewire|
|o||2012/10/14||kern/172683||net||[ip6] Duplicate IPv6 Link Local Addresses|
|o||2012/10/12||kern/172648||pf||[pf] [ip6]: 'scrub reassemble tcp' breaks IPv6 packet checksum on SYN ACK|
|o||2012/09/21||kern/171840||net||[ip6] IPv6 packets transmitting only on queue 0|
|o||2012/09/17||kern/171697||ae||[ip6] [ndp] panic when changing routes|
|a||2012/05/06||kern/167646||hrs||[ip6] IPv6 TCP connection hangs/drops when time/clock on the client is stepped backwards|
|o||2012/02/20||kern/165305||net||[ip6] [request] Feature parity between IP_TOS and IPV6_TCLASS|
|o||2012/02/14||kern/165152||net||[ip6] Does not work through the issue of ipv6 addresses via rtadvd|
|o||2011/07/08||kern/158726||net||[ip6] [patch] ICMPv6 Router Announcement flooding limit route number patch|
|o||2011/07/05||kern/158665||net||[ip6] [panic] kernel pagefault in in6_setscope()|
|p||2011/06/26||kern/158307||hrs||[ip6] ipv6_pktinfo breaks IPV6_USE_MIN_MTU|
|o||2011/06/22||kern/158185||bz||[ip6] IPv6 does not manage the NIC's route when doing ifconfig down/up|
|o||2011/05/29||kern/157410||net||[ip6] IPv6 Router Advertisements Cause Excessive CPU Use|
|o||2011/04/10||kern/156317||net||[ip6] Wrong order of IPv6 NS DAD/MLD Report|
|p||2011/04/08||kern/156283||ae||[ip6] [patch] nd6_ns_input - rtalloc_mpath does not return a locked rtentry|
|o||2011/03/29||kern/156030||net||[ip6] [panic] Crash in nd6_dad_start() due to null ptr dereference|
|o||2011/03/01||kern/155165||bz||[ip6][ipsec] IPv6 over IPv6 IPsec tunnel MTU(?) issue.|
|p||2011/01/20||kern/154169||net||[multicast] [ip6] Node Information Query multicast address wrong (FF02::2:x:y)|
|o||2011/01/19||kern/154134||net||[ip6] stuck kernel state in LISTEN on ipv6 daemon which has been killed|
|o||2010/05/28||kern/147155||net||[ip6] setfb not work with ipv6|
|f||2010/05/27||kern/147102||hrs||[ip6] route6d deletes site-local routes|
|p||2010/03/18||conf/144842||hrs||[ip6] ipv6_default_interface causes route complaints from -cloning|
|o||2010/02/08||kern/143666||ae||[ip6] [request] PMTU black hole detection not implemented|
|o||2009/10/31||kern/140142||net||[ip6] [panic] FreeBSD 7.2-amd64 panic w/IPv6|
|p||2009/01/27||kern/131038||bz||[ip6] [panic] kernel panic in ip6_forward|
|o||2009/01/17||kern/130657||bz||[ip6] [patch] ipv6 class option|
|o||2009/01/11||conf/130381||pf||[rc.d] [pf] [ip6] ipv6 not fully configured when pf startup script is run|
|p||2008/10/20||kern/128247||bz||[ip6] [panic] Fatal Trap 12 in ip6_forward =|
|s||2008/06/24||kern/124933||pf||[pf] [ip6] pf does not support (drops) IPv6 fragmented packets|
|o||2008/05/27||kern/124021||net||[ip6] [panic] page fault in nd6_output()|
|o||2008/05/06||bin/123465||net||[ip6] route(8): route add -inet6 <ipv6_addr> -interface gif0 -proxy mangle ipv6 address|
|s||2008/03/18||conf/121812||[ip6] [request] ipv6_gateway_enable incorrectly disables rtsol|
|f||2008/01/10||kern/119516||net||[ip6] [panic] _mtx_lock_sleep: recursed on non-recursive mutex rtentry @ /usr/src/sys/net/route.c:1287|
|o||2007/12/20||kern/118880||bz||[ip6] IP_RECVDSTADDR & IP_SENDSRCADDR not implemented for IPv6|
|o||2007/07/07||docs/114371||doc||[patch] [ip6] rtadvd.con(5) should show how to advertise a default route|
|f||2007/01/22||kern/108197||net||[panic] [gif] [ip6] if_delmulti reference counting panic|
|o||2006/07/13||kern/100219||bz||[ip6] IPV6_PKTOPTIONS and possible mbuf exhaustion.|
|o||2005/07/20||kern/83778||[ip6] [patch] JPv6 cannot use Jumbo Frames|
|o||2005/02/10||kern/77341||net||[ip6] problems with IPV6 implementation|
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