Re: [Autoconf] Another addressing model for AUTOCONF

Teco Boot <teco@inf-net.nl> Fri, 23 July 2010 13:55 UTC

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Op 23 jul 2010, om 15:34 heeft Alexandru Petrescu het volgende geschreven:

>> You depict multiple addresses with FE80::FFFE_MAC1 and
>> FE80::FFFE_MAC2. You have dup L2 addresses (please destroy your
>> stuff), or you spoof addresses (please don't).
> 
> Ah yes sorry.  It is again wrong notation on my side.  "FE80::FFFE_MAC1"
> is abbreviation to mean the link local address derived from that
> interface's MAC address.
> 
> I do not mean to spoof any address from any interface to any other,
> sorry for misunderstanding.
> 
> I could further explain if needed.  And I can change the slide if I ever
> present in AUTOCONF... I am still unaware of any agenda and time is
> short now.

OK, now you cleared up your proposal.
I think it is not new, and in line with IPv6 address architecture.
Your proposal highly relate to MEXT, MNP is provided with mechanisms defined in MEXT, isn't it?
So better leave it there.

Back to Autoconf: we are looking for solutions for configuring addresses / prefixes for nodes that require multi-hop communication, without restrictions for packet relaying via same interface, either for isolated MANETs and / or for MANETs connected to the Internet.

Teco.