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Re: Note on id/loc separation discussion



As a follow-up, the IAB is looking into creating a list
for this type of discussion based on the comments made
at the open plenary in Vienna.  They will announce this
list when it is active.

Regards,
Brian

Brian Haberman wrote:

> All,
>     The chairs have noted the level of interest garnered
> by the discussion of separating the Identifier and Locator
> aspects of IP addresses.  There is apparently a high level
> of interest in exploring possible ways of separating these
> functionalities and gauging the benefits and downsides.
>
>     However, the chairs wish to point out that this topic
> is not in charter for the ipv6 mailing list and it touches
> on the domains of several other working groups (e.g. multi6).
> So, even though we would to request that discussion not
> continue on the ipv6 mailing list, the chairs do not want
> to put a stop to anyone who wishes to continue the investigation.
>
>     Therefore, we suggest that interested parties create a
> separate mailing list to discuss the topic of identifier and
> locator separation.  If needed, the chairs can help arrange
> for the creation of an exploratory mailing list.
>
> Regards,
> Bob Hinden / Brian Haberman
> IPv6 WG co-chairs
>
>
>
>
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