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NAME

       AICCU - Automatic IPv6 Connectivity Configuration Utility

SYNOPSIS

       aiccu  <start|stop|tunnels|test|autotest|license> [ config ]

DESCRIPTION

       AICCU  makes  it  very  easy for anybody to get IPv6 connectivity everywhere they want. It
       uses the TIC (Tunnel Information & Control) protocol to request the information needed  to
       setup  a  tunnel  through which the connectivity is created.  AICCU supports the following
       tunneling protocols: - 6in4 static    (RFC 2893) -  6in4  heartbeat  (RFC  2893  +  draft-
       massar-v6ops-heartbeat)     -    tinc              (http://www.tinc-vpn.org)    -    AYIYA
       (draft-massar-v6ops-ayiya) As AYIYA even works from behind NAT's, thus unless there  is  a
       very  restrictive  firewall  in  place,  anybody  should  be able to get IPv6 connectivity
       without problems and everywhere they want.

OPTIONS

       start  Starts aiccu service.

       stop   Stops aiccu service.

       tunnels
              Prints a list of currently available tunnels.

       test   Builds the connection and runs a simple selftest allowing a  user  to  report  this
              back as it should show most obvious problems.

       autotest
              Decription here

       license
              Shows the license aiccu is released under.

       config Read the configuration from config file.

SEE ALSO

       The AICCU page <URL:http://www.sixxs.net/tools/aiccu/> at sixxs.

AUTHOR

       AICCU  was  written  by  Jeroen  Massar  with contributions supplied a number of people as
       mentioned in the Changelog.

                                          18 April 2005                                  AICCU(1)