Thoughts about ipv6 white listing
gbonser at seven.com
Sun Dec 5 07:30:59 CET 2010
> 6to4 relays are not much use in the increasing number of ISPs that use
> RFC1918 address space, including the majority of mobile providers.
> The 6to4 problem gets even worse when the address constrained ISPs use
> BOGONs or otherwise non-unique public space in their NAT444
> environments. As time goes on, and IPv4 gets more diluted and
> polluted, 6to4 just gets more and more broken.
These schemes are going to die a miserable death. Better to simply go
native v6, in my opinion, than to jump through all these hoops. At some
point it becomes more work avoiding v6 than in adopting it.
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