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Re: Comments on draft-nordmark-multi6-threats-01
> Yes, and we should make it very clear that an identifier that can be
> used on one interface (physical or otherwise) MUST also be usable as an
> identifier on any other interface (physical or otherwise) that the
> system has available. Identifiers should be tied to hosts, not to
Seems like we all agree.
> On a related note: the SEND CGA stuff mandates using the subnet prefix
> in creating the interface identifier and as such makes it impossible to
> have the same interface identifier in different subnets. I was unable
> to convince them of the error of their ways and apparently there was no
> IETF last call or I missed it so now this stupidity is an RFC. We
> should do our best to make sure there isn't any more of this.
It isn't necessarily a bug to have *interface* identifiers that are
tied to interfaces, even though we want to have stack names or host identifiers
that are not.