Re: [v6ops] use of Teredo addresses in Apple devices

Alexandru Petrescu <alexandru.petrescu@gmail.com> Fri, 24 July 2015 08:30 UTC

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Subject: Re: [v6ops] use of Teredo addresses in Apple devices
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I like the idea of dictionary-based addresses (abb1e apple).

And wonder whether ULAs are appropriate here.

(a PI would be better in a sense, but would not give an abb1e unless the 
registry provides them a PI with abb1e in it (?)).

Alex

Le 24/07/2015 10:24, STARK, BARBARA H a écrit :
> Great presentation on what Apple is doing to drive apps to implement
> IPv6. In thinking about use of the Teredo address space to advertise
> a prefix to tethered devices, I do have a concern. In many of my
> personal home networked devices, I've purposefully disabled Teredo
> and ISATAP and even put in some rules to prevent the devices from
> accepting such addresses.
>
> I think this would be a reasonable use of a ULA. A PI might be even
> better. I hear PIs are pretty easy to come by. The PI would have the
> advantage of being known to come from an Apple device for this NAT64
> purpose. That could help with trouble shooting. Barbara
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