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i have try RAT (Robust Audio Tool) for testing IPv6 unicast (just RAT) and IPv6 multicast (RAT and SDR "Session Directory Tool" ). I meet the problem when testing RAT ...
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    How to multi-unicast at ubuntu 10.04 with RAT (Robust Audio Tool)


    i have try RAT (Robust Audio Tool) for testing IPv6 unicast (just RAT) and IPv6 multicast (RAT and SDR "Session Directory Tool" ). I meet the problem when testing RAT with unicast (why just two computer that can doing audio conference).
    i found source of the problem from the RAT faq here:
    Quote Originally Posted by the source of problem...
    How to multi-unicast? If you really must...
    The packet reflector application that we use for debugging may also be used as a packet forwarder between multiple unicast hosts. Documentation is included in the package. This is not incorporated in the application as this mode of operation is evil and should be discouraged unless used for really small groups.
    Robust Audio Tool
    but i didn't found the file reflector.tar.gz, i try to use quagga installed from repository (to be reflector) but i don't know how to configure that software. help me if you have the other solution or help me to configure quagga...

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