Re: [Saad] Very quiet

Dave Crocker <dhc@dcrocker.net> Sun, 21 December 2003 03:47 UTC

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Spencer,

 

SD> multihomed *hosts*. So, not only is ipv4 technically off-topic for

SD> multi6, but things like id/loc separation impacts on transports and

SD> applications should be, too.

 

SD> Maybe we can migrate the appropriate people over...

 

 

I would like for this to be the right venue, but please note that the

charter for the list cast the issue as an addressing topic. Some of

the proposals -- no surprise, this includes MAST -- solve mobility and

multihoming without creating any new, long-term identification

structure. They use session-internal, ephemeral identifiers, but

nothing registered or public.

 

I read the charter as precluding this solution path.

 

Please tell me I'm reading it wrong (and how) or perhaps we can revise

the charter wording some?

 

d/

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  Dave Crocker <dcrocker-at-brandenburg-dot-com>

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