Re: why v6 still isn't ready, was IPv10

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Mon, 02 January 2017 10:55 UTC

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> I think (unlike Randy?) that having the choice between SLAAC and
> DHCPv6 is a fine thing.

i have heard a rumor that randy agrees with you.  but, as you go on to
say, dhcp with hamstrings intact.

> But hampering DHCPv6 by not having a next-hop router option is a
> self-inflicted wound.

yep

randy