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Re: Some Comments on ID/Loc Separation Proposals
> The use of the term "Identifier" or "ID" sweeps an important
> issue under the rug in some cases: Is this a host ID or an
> interface ID? The current IP (v4 and v6) architecture uses
> interface IDs. IPv4 implementations are generally constrained
> to one ID per interface, while IPv6 supports multiple IDs per
> interface. ID selection is linked to outbound interface
> selection -- it is still unclear to me what implications this
> has for ID or Locator selection in ID/Loc separation protocols.
An interface ID makes no sense to me.
The concept of a stack name, where there can be one or more "stacks"
on a given host, provides the right granularity to me.
Each "stack" can presumbly have one or more network interfaces.