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Announcing 2003::/16 during tests of "shipworm"

On Fri, Dec 07, 2001 at 05:54:55PM +0900, [email protected] wrote:
> >1) The 6Bone is a research network developed for the main use of
> >learning about and furthering the deployment of IPv6.  I haven't
> >seen anything about production networks in it's charter, but I may
> >have missed something.  We wouldn't have announced a non
> >-assigned route in a production network.
> 	since there's only one single IPv6 network (just like there's only
> 	one IPv4 internet), the 6bone is interconnected to other serious
> 	commercial IPv6 networks.  the above assumption may not be appropriate.

Besides, the address range used for this testing - 2003::/16 - is not
really part of the 6bone.


This would easier understand fewer had omitted.