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in defense of lisp



On Jul 13, 2011 7:50 AM, "Seth Mos" <seth.mos at dds.nl> wrote:
>
> Op 13-7-2011 16:09, Randy Bush schreef:
> > > btw, a litte birdie told me to take another look at
>
> The free Open Source FreeBSD based pfSense firewall supports this. Not
> everyone can get BGP, specifically calling out residential connections
here.
>
> As a 1:1 NAT mechanism it works pretty well, I can reach the outside,
> and the outside can reach me. Which I think is what was intended in the
> specifications. And pretty much the internet.
>
> It took me 4 months to write the IPv6 support in pfSense to what it is
> today. Which is not feature complete. But the NPT part was just a few
> hours in the grand scheme.
>
> I've also contacted the nice people from the draft that we support it.
>
> Since then we've got v4 and v6 with BGP at work so it's moot. But I
digress.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Seth Mos
> pfSense developer.
>
>

Thank you for your work.

CB

> > >
> > > 6296 IPv6-to-IPv6 Network Prefix Translation. M. Wasserman, F. Baker.
> > >      June 2011. (Format: TXT=73700 bytes) (Status: EXPERIMENTAL)
> > >
> > > which also could be considered to be in the loc/id space
> > >
> > > randy
> > >
> > >
>