Re: [v6ops] Apple and IPv6, a few clarifications - ND proxy for bridging hotspots

Owen DeLong <> Thu, 25 June 2015 19:24 UTC

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> For the typical driver who is already challenged pairing his mobile via
> BT with his car's handsfree?  No go.  Do one thing, do it well, and NEVER
> ask a car owner (or any normal Internet user) about technical decisions.

We can agree to disagree. IMHO, this should be as simple as two settings.

One on the phone: Provide Internet Access to Car: ON/OFF

One in the car: Get internet access from: CAR <-> PHONE

As to the typical driver being challenged pairing his mobile, frankly, I’m challenged
with that on many occasions, not because I don’t know how to do it and not because
I don’t understand what is involved or can’t follow directions, but because BlueTooth
pairing implementation on most cars and most devices is a steaming pile of poorly
written and even less well tested code that is fragile, buggy, and unreliable.

Assuming that the underlying connectivity code works, the above two settings
should not be difficult to implement correctly. They are far less complex than