Re: IPv6, was IPv10

shogunx@sleekfreak.ath.cx Fri, 30 December 2016 05:18 UTC

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To: John R Levine <johnl@taugh.com>
Subject: Re: IPv6, was IPv10
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On Thu, 29 Dec 2016, John R Levine wrote:

>> It sounds like you want a homenet router.
>
> Possibly, but I'd rather have a v6 network where the addresses hold still.

Can this not be accomplished with a port 41 tunnel, a nameserver, some 
hardcoded static routes, and a router advertisement daemon on your 
existing NAT device?


>
>> Mind you a lot of this would be a non-issue if hosts used the DNS
>> to its full potential by updating their own addresses in the DNS
>> using SIG(0) signed UPDATE messages when their addresses change.
>
> That would be swell except the DNS server's address changes, too.
>
> R's,
> John
>
>