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Re: new draft on IPv6 CPE router available for review
On Fri, 4 Jul 2008, EricLKlein@softhome.net wrote:
2. If so for all IPv6 end devices or just CPE routers that have other
devices aggregated to them via copper, fiber, wireless?
My requirement is only for home gateway devices, I don't want to change
the behaviour of end-hosts. My proposal is also to not remove any
functionality or limit it, just to add. I am not aware of my proposal
being in violation of any current wording in any document, but if it is, I
volunteer to participate in work in getting it fixed.
3. What about other devices that act as a router but are the actual end-use
device? Do we ignore them, create a diffrent RFC and then reference it?
I would say this is still a router, and it needs to choose a globally
reachable PD-IP (either a LAN interface or a loopback interface) to use
for communication with the outside world.
4. Is there a consensus that these are worth the WG taking up and dealing
I believe there are at least two people who have chimed in saying that
they think this is a good idea, plus the authors of the draft also stated
that they were willing to bring in wording to allow for it.
Mikael Abrahamsson email: email@example.com