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Re: Announcing 2003::/16 during tests of "shipworm"
Dear Paul Timmins,
On Freitag, 7. Dezember 2001 at 05:17 you wrote:
PT> Something like this can become very useful for people trapped behind
PT> firewalls that cannot yet do IPv6, and will be useful until IPv6 is
PT> ubiquitous enough to garner enough support for all companies to support
PT> IPv6 in production hardware.
Then Microsoft should use their own ranges. They can test that with
3ffe space, too. There is no need to pollute the main routing table!
PT> Also, I heard there are a few cablemodem providers that block non tcp/udp
PT> protocols to prevent use of IPSEC by telecommuters and it breaks IPv6 over
PT> IPv4. Shall these people just be isolated until their providers can get
PT> their act together?
No. Sure, Microsoft does good work with this protocol, but again:
There is no need to pollute the global routing table!
PT> I could see this being useful to me. Hopefully the standard that is
PT> published is the standard that Microsoft sticks to when implementing this
PT> in a release of their OS, so it can be implemented by other platforms.
PT> My god, I'm not only thanking Microsoft, I'm sticking up for them too. What
PT> is this world coming to?
I would support them, to. But Microsoft thinks "we are god, we can
pollute what we want" and that's really bad. Their Peers should
really filter such invalid routes.
Sascha 'sb' Bielski mailto:[email protected]
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