April 2005: IPv6 QuickTime/Darwin Streaming Server runs on MacOSX, FreeBSD, Linux (Fedora core 2 and 3).
September 2005: IPv6 QuickTime/Darwin Streaming Server runs on MacOSX on INTEL as well!
After much delay DSS 220.127.116.11 has been ported to support IPv6 on the platforms MacOSX (10.3.9, Tiger 10.4.1 [fully verified - June 10 2005 behaves the same as on earlier without recompile]), and Linux (Fedora core 3).
Please read my Notes first and you can download source tar file (11Mb DSS-IPv6-MacOSX.tar.gz), including a DarwinStreamingServer.pkg installer package for MacOSX.
Apple Intel Developer Transition Kit - Running DSS with IPv6 on Intel MacOSX
An Apple Intel Transition Kit provided by the AUC has been used to recompile the DSS with IPv6 code to run on MacOSX-intel, with very minor updates to account for gcc3 to gcc4 and getopt/standard library changes. This has allowed the QuickTime/Darwin Streaming Server to run on the intel powered Apple Macosx system.
Both on demand RTSP based streaming and PlaylistBroadcaster based multicast streaming have worked on the first attempt for both IPv4 and IPv6.
At this stage I haven't made source or executable available of the Intel-MacOSX DSSIPv6.
You can download the source I modified (to run on macosx above) from either the 6net.org applications site (under mpeg4ip entry) or most recently from Remco Poortinga's website core.lab.telin.nl/~poorting/