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#1 User is offline   chou 

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Posted 26 May 2019 - 12:58 PM

hi!
I have developed a new emule mod with ipv6 support which is base on neomule and an server which allow emule to exchange their ipv6.
you can find them on my github.
https://github.com/zt8989/IronMule
https://github.com/z...de/tree/develop
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#2 User is offline   NoMiaus 

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Posted 27 May 2019 - 10:33 PM

Interesting. Thanks for sharing!
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Posted 01 June 2019 - 01:26 PM

very interesting.

new server software :worthy:

do u have a ready to use build from ironmule?

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#4 User is offline   DavidXanatos 

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Posted 11 June 2019 - 05:45 PM

Great to see NeoMule code still being in use :D
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it is the first client to be able to download form multiple networks the same file.
NL provides the first fully decentralized scalable torrent and DDL keyword search,
it implements an own novel anonymous file sharing network, providing anonymity and deniability to its users,
as well as many other new features.
It is written in C++ with Qt and is available for Windows, Linux and MacOS.
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Posted 16 June 2019 - 11:39 AM

I'm glad that some developers have updated this software and added IPV6, but the response is not very enthusiastic, I hope other developers can join in! Because the IPV4 address is not enough.

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Posted 14 June 2020 - 12:16 AM

View Postoho1995, on 16 June 2019 - 12:39 PM, said:

I'm glad that some developers have updated this software and added IPV6, but the response is not very enthusiastic, I hope other developers can join in! Because the IPV4 address is not enough.


"Not enough" is an understatement.

I've had this argument with devs in the past - 10-15 years ago. Since then I got married and spent time in SE asia where there are frequently 10,000 people per available IPv4 address

This leads to widespread CGNAT and/or multiple layers of NAT for IPv4 - both of which BREAK just about everything badly.

Please, just because "It works for me", doesn't mean it works for everyone else.


"WE" - as "First World" computer users are actively holding back developing countries by dogedly sticking with IPv4, no matter what. There are increasing areas of the world (Especially SE Asia and Africa) where the only way to achieve a decent Internet connection is via IPv6


Elon Musk may force the issue, I've seen documentation suggesting that his "Skylink" satellite system will be IPv6 _ONLY_ - and surprisingly that means that large chunks of the USA wanting to use an alternative to the locally legislated monopoly telco will need to use it.


(FWIW there are about 3 billion usable IP addresses in IPv4. There are already _at least_ around 8 billion IP-connected devices in use - and a good number of the workarounds that have been kludged to make IPv4 "keep working" are at the heart of the largest security breaches on the Internet (eg: the entire Mirai botnet and its derivatives owe their existence to these kludges))
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