Well folks, things are getting underway again just in time for the new year.
Starting with the Dec 16th daily snapshot of squid3-HEAD includes the long-awaited squid3-ipv6 branch of squid.
To build the feature just add –enable-ipv6 to your configure options. There are other IPv6 settings for some setups, but most will not need them. Expect it to accept your existing 3.0 squid.conf while allowing you to tweak it slightly for IPv6 purposes if you have a v6/NG connection or desire to do so.
The new releases coupled with an IPv6 link as simple as a single-host tunnel add the ability to:
* source traffic from either IPv4 or IPv6 as needed or provided
* proxy web traffic between IPv4 and IPv6 seamlessly
* gateway an IPv4 or IPv6 -native network to the full transitioning web
* accelerate a website on both IPv4 and IPv6 Internets even if the web server itself is stuck without access to one protocol.
* measure network availbility over both IPv4 and IPv6 for peers and source selection
Some expected configuration problems and their solutions can be found in the Squid wiki FAQ