IPv6 anonymization portability problems

IPv6-addresses are represented by 128 bits. This makes it possible to provide far more addresses than IPv4. However, this also causes problems when working with IPv6. In this case, I am currently working on an IPv6-anonymiation function for rsyslog. There are some systems that support an unsigned 128 bit integer when using GCC or clang […]

rewriting mmanon: an update

I have completed the rewrite of the IPv4-function of the mmanon module.I have managed to keep the original parameters available, although the “rewrite” option is now called “zero”. This is not going to be a problem causing older, already running, configurations to no longer work, as the old parameter-names still work. However, having the “ipv4.” […]

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