[arin-ppml] Use of "reserved" address space.

michael.dillon at bt.com michael.dillon at bt.com
Mon Jun 28 07:42:22 EDT 2010

> My point is that the content and services need to be made available on
> both protocols. It was not my intent to dictate specific means of
> getting there.

Then we agree.

> Finally, this word 6to4...It does not mean what you seem to think it
> means.

Perhaps then I misunderstand this comment:

   Not quite correct. 6to4 does not require transiting a relay if the
   is another 6to4 site. What this means is that a clueful content
   will put up a 6to4 router alongside whatever native service they
   then populate the dns with both the native and 6to4 address.

which can be found on ARIN's IPv6 wiki here

That was really all that I was getting at. As for the intricacies of
6to4, I probably
don't fully understand them. But it seems to me that a v6 client without
v6 connectivity
will try to use a 6to4 tunnel, and that there is benefit to content
providers implementing 
6to4 relays beside their servers.

--Michael Dillon

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