The gogoCLIENT™ is a ubiquities IP app that provides full IP connectivity regardless of the underlying protocol. It has a small footprint and can easily be integrated in devices to provide full compatibility with IPv6 or to provide IPv6 or IPv4 connectivity.
Available in Different Formats:
- Software client downloaded to computer
- Open WRT port
- Software package for porting to home gateways and other embedded devices
- IPv6 over IPv4 tunneling
- IPv4 over IPv6 tunneling
- Dual-stack Lite
- Reliable NAT traversal
- Small footprint
- Home Access (HA)
- IPv6-Ready certified
IPv6 in IPv4 tunnels
gogoCLIENT automates the configuration of IPv6 in IPv4 tunnels as specified in RFC 2893 for TSP tunnels. Because this standard is available on all IPv6-enabled hosts and routers on the market, the gogoSERVER can provide IPv6 connectivity to any existing device.
IPv4 in IPv6 tunnels
gogoCLIENT supports IPv4 in IPv6 tunnels. It allows the deployment of IPv4 services to dual-stack hosts behind an IPv6-only network and facilitates the deployment of next-generation networks.
gogoSERVER offers address independent IPv4 support using IPv4 over IPv6 tunneling in combination with NAT, DS-Lite. This tool allows Internet Service Providers to ensure business continuity regardless of the supply of IPv4 addresses.
Reliable NAT traversal
The gogoCLIENT supports IPv6 in UDP IPv4 tunnels, allowing it to establish IPv6 connectivity with any IPv4 NAT in the path.
gogoCLIENT has a complete translation package that can be used to make IPv4 devices IPv6 compliant as well as allow IPv4 networks to communicate over an IPv6 network.
The gogoCLIENT easily fits in embedded devices and has been ported to work on a multitude of operating systems such as Windows, Linux and OpenWRT.
The gogoCLIENT also includes the HA client component, which allows users to access devices and services in their private home network with IPv4 in an easy and efficient way by using IPv6.
The gogoCLIENT is IPv6-ready certified and any product that incorporates the gogoCLIENT will automatically inherit the IPv6-ready certification.