anytun 0.3.4-1 source package in Ubuntu

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anytun (0.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low


  * [ef0cacf] Imported Upstream version 0.3.4, addressing the
    Boost.Asio io_service() -> get_io_service() change.
    [Closes: #652767]

 -- Michael Prokop <email address hidden>  Mon, 02 Jan 2012 11:10:27 +0100

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Michael Prokop on 2012-01-02
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Original maintainer:
Michael Prokop
Architectures:
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Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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anytun: secure anycast tunneling protocol

 Anytun is an implementation of the secure anycast tunneling protocol. It
 uses an easy openvpn style interface and makes it possible to build
 redundant VPN clusters with load balancing between servers. VPN servers
 share a single IP address. Adding and removing VPN Servers is done by the
 routing protocol, so no client changes have to be made when additional VPN
 servers are added or removed. It is possible to realise global load
 balancing based on shortest BGP routes by simply announcing the address
 space of the tunnel servers at multiple locations.
 .
 Currently ethernet, ipv4 and ipv6 tunnels are supported by the
 implementation. However the protocol allows to tunnel every ETHERTYPE
 protocol.