MCProxy

Installation

1. Requirements

  • To generate a Makefile qmake, must be installed. This can be done with the following command:
      apt-get install qt4-qmake
    
  • To build the mcproxy, the libraries boost_threat, boost_date_time and boost_system must be installed. This can be done with the following command:
      apt-get install libboost-all-dev
    
  • To use the IPv6 functionality the kernel has to be configured and compiled with the experimental kernel feature <IPv6: multicast routing>. For more Details see this page.
  • To use more then one proxy instance for IPv4 and IPv6 the kernel has to be configured and compiled with the experimental kernel feature <IP: multicast policy routing> and <IPv6: multicast policy routing>. For more Details see this page.
  • To build the documentation, doxygen must be installed. This can be done with the folling command:
      apt-get install doxygen
    
  • The mcproxy has to be started with root privileges.
  • A Linux kernel version greater than version 2.6.32 is required.

2. Compilation

  • Build mcproxy
      qmake mcproxy.pro
      make
    

3. Installation

  • To copy mcproxy to system directories, run (optional):
      make install
    

4. Documentation

  • Mcproxy includes a HTML documentation. The documentation will be located in the docs/ directory after the execution of:
      make doc
    

5. Startup

  • For information on how to use mcproxy see Startup.
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