[homenet] supporting homenet in CE routers

JORDI PALET MARTINEZ <jordi.palet@consulintel.es> Thu, 16 November 2017 05:00 UTC

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As requested in the meeting, here is the question to the WG.

Do we believe that homenet WG should work in a document to specify how and what IPv6 CE routers should support for a correct homenet support?

My initial guess, after the discussion is that this document should start explaining both models (“My friendly ISP” and “My home, my castle”), pros and cons of each one, and if we have a way to support both models.

If we believe that’s the case, I’m happy to start working on that. Anyone else to co-author it?


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