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Re: Newbie Question about addressing impacts
Tony Li wrote:
Years ago, we rejected (a) on the grounds that it would change IPv6
Well, my understanding is that this is still a valid approach to the
problem, and i didn't get the feeling that we have rejected it (at
least since i am in this wg), so, may i ask why did you reject this
Umm.... as I alluded "we" (not I ;-) rejected this approach because
there are existing
IPv6 host implementations. Those would have to be 'revised' to support
At the time, the WG felt that this was unacceptable.
In my biased opinion, this is why goals 3.2.2 and 3.2.3 in RFC 3582 were
written *exactly* as they are. And they are part of the WG consensus, and
they do *not* exclude host and router modifications.