cvs-src summary for June 21 - 28
Matthew.Thyer at dsto.defence.gov.au
Tue Jun 29 21:37:14 PDT 2004
> There's a small error in this pat of the summary. It is not the case
> that stf interfaces are created instead of stf0 interfaces in all cases.
> Here's a table showing the changes.
> Command DEV Version
> ifconfig stf stf0 old
> ifconfig stf0 stf0 old
> ifconfig 6to4 <fail> old
> ifconfig stf stf new
> ifconfig stf0 stf0 new
> ifconfig 6to4 6to4 new
Why is there a need to break backward compatibility?
Why cannot "ifconfig stf" result in "stf0" being printed and created?
Does it make sense to have a device created called "stf", and if so why wasn't this required in the old implementation ?
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