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Mac OS X 10.7, still no DHCPv6
In message <1298850835.2109.33.camel at karl>, Karl Auer writes:
> On Mon, 2011-02-28 at 09:39 +1100, Mark Andrews wrote:
> > DHCP kills privacy addresses.
> > DHCP kills CGAs.
> For temporary addresses couldn't a client clamp the upper limits of its
> received lifetimes to the desired lifetimes, then rebind instead of
> renew, sending a DECLINE if it gets the same address (as it presumably
Not quite the same. With privacy addresses you still have a stable
> The "temporaryness" would then be pretty much in the hands of the client
> (arguably where it belongs). That does kill the privacy aspect of
> temporary addresses, at least locally. Perhaps that is only a partial
> loss, as the addresses would still be "private" as far as the wider
> world was concerned.
> How does ISC DHCPv6 allocate addresses? Random, sequential...?
> Regards, K.
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