The KAME project
1998.4 - 2006.3
Non-dancing kame
Use IPv6 HTTP and you will watch the dancing kame
atelier momonga

The KAME project was a joint effort of six companies in Japan
to provide a free stack of IPv6, IPsec, and Mobile IPv6 for BSD variants.
Our products are available in:
The project officially concluded in March 2006 (see press release from the WIDE project). Almost all of our implemented code has been merged to FreeBSD and NetBSD. The snap releases (FTP or cvsweb), anoncvs access, git, and Archives of the snap-users mailing-list are still available. The historical archive of the KAME CVS repository is available at our FTP server.