[ppml] IPv6 flawed?
paul at vix.com
Thu Sep 13 13:27:34 EDT 2007
> ... nothing prevents any network admin from simply picking an unused portion
> of the IPv6 space and calling that private and slapping an IPv6 NAT in front
> of it.
easier and less risky to use ULA (see RFC 4193). it's when you want to be
able to do ad-hoc networking with partners and customers that the lack of
centralized WHOIS and IN-ADDR will bite you (with either the RFC 4193
approach or the above-quoted suggestion, equally.)
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