Default security functions on an IPv6 CPE
fernando at gont.com.ar
Tue May 31 14:39:44 CEST 2011
On 05/31/2011 07:59 AM, Tim Chown wrote:
> When I last checked Windows7 behaviour it would by default generate
> a) a permanent address with a randomised host part, persistent across
> reboots on the same prefix. One benefit if you put this address in
> the DNS is it would not change with a change of MAC address (e.g.
> hardware change).
And it's nice to have for logging purposes.
> b) a temporary privacy address, which changes across reboots. Unlike
> XP, the system does not appear to generate new privacy addresses on a
> daily basis
What's the address selection policy for these two? i.e., is the
temporary address preferred over the "randomized and persistent" address?
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