Hi On Thursday 28 August 2014, Carlos Alberto Lopez Perez wrote: > Package: wnpp > Severity: wishlist > X-Debbugs-CC: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org > > * Package name : ceni > Version : 2.28 > Upstream Author : Kel Modderman <email@example.com> > * URL : https://github.com/fullstory/ceni > * License : GPL-2+ > Programming Lang: Perl > Description : Ceni - Curses interface to /etc/network/interfaces > > A Curses user interface for configuring network interfaces with ifupdown. > Ceni can manage basic network interface ifupdown configuration stanzas for > ethernet and wireless devices. Please note that Ceni doesn't have IPv6 support, which is the reason why neither of us has pushed it to Debian so far. Adding support for the various IPv6 flavours (static, SLAAC with and without privacy extensions, dhcpv6) would be reasonably possible, but isn't on the immediate to-do list, patches are of course welcome. Likewise for supporting the various IPv6 related tunneling protocols (6in4, 6t4, 6rd) or additional imginable functionality (PPPoE, VPN tunnels, etc.). If anyone were to step up to maintain this in Debian despite this known problem, we'd be happy to accommodate Ceni and help with its (existing) packaging as needed. Regards Stefan Lippers-Hollmann  Ceni doesn't deal with inet6 stanzas, which effectively means that ifupdown falls back to SLAAC (if available by the router) without privacy extensions enabled (privext 0).
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