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IPv4 routes 'leaking' into RIPng (BIF)
> > What benefit was it giving you? Surely, an IPv6
> > compatible IPv4 route is either going to be auto-tunnelled or routed via
> > IPv4.
> Well, call me loony, but I thought that part of the idea behind 6bone was to
> explore/examine the extent of the IPv6 feature set, particularly the -very-
> primitive routing capabilities.
> I think the injection of this "spurious" route raised a couple of interesting
> questions. One respones was, "its confusing" and there are your assertions
> above about autotunneling or routed via IPv4. A careful examination of
> the prefix I injected will show that the IPv4 equivalent is never supposed
> to be routed in the IPv4 infrastructure. A rough equal to the RFC 1918
> I think that before we, as operators, start making restrictive choices on
> IPv6 routing implementations, we should really have better criteria that
> the subjective assertions that have thus far been made.
The prefix in question was ::192.0.2.10