Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] 5-tuple routing and SPA (#3608)

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I'd like to minimize changes, but I believe the status quo is that disable_active_migration applies to both the original address and SPA.  As such, all suggestions above seem like a change.

There is a mechanism to disable migration on the SPA, which is don't give out any more CIDs once they migrate.  I don't expect any hosts to support migration on the original path and not the SPA, so I don't think that's a use case worth supporting(or encouraging).

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