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Re: Moving forward on Site-Local and Local Addressing



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> The same is true if we create a swamp again and allow individual /48s 
> in
> the global routing table. Then IPv6 will become IPv4 with more bits, 
> and
> in the current economy the net result will be more NAT-aware apps. I'm
> sorry to say it bluntly, but today IPv4 is unavoidable and if the only
> edge IPv6 has is a bigger address space I'm afraid it won't be enough 
> to
> cut it.


IPv6 IS IPv4 with more bits.


> 1. Even if we say that NATv6 is evil, there is little we can do to
> prevent it from happening except providing a solution that would bring
> somehow similar advantages.

We don't need to encourage it...

- - kurtis -

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