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Anybody can participate in the IETF (Was: Why is IPv6 broken?)



> 
> Again, no one is interested in this problem yet because vendors really
> don't want their customers to demand more knobs.  Cisco is the only
> vendor who has done anything at all.  If you read about their knob,
> you immediately realize that it is a knob to control the failure mode
> of the box, not to "fix" anything.  Why?  It can't be "fixed" without
> not using /64 (or similar) or going to the extreme lengths I outline
> in those slides.
> 
While it can't be "fixed", controlling the failure mode is adequate in
the vast majority of cases.

Beyond that, it becomes increasingly academic and purist-oriented
rather than operational.

Owen