Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Equivalence of preferred_address and NEW_CONNECTION_ID (#3560)

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@kazuho If I know 5-tuples are stable, then using a zero-length CID is always fine, just like it's typically fine in the server to client direction.  But in that case, hopefully I can avoid needing to use SPA, making the decision on this issue moot.

After thinking about this more, we're probably better off with option 4 for the sake of consistency and if we want to allow 0-length CIDs in more case, I can write an extension for how that would work, since I don't think it's only a matter of relaxing some constraints.

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