6to4 in Internet aaaa records
Brian E Carpenter
brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com
Sat Oct 4 21:29:26 CEST 2014
On 05/10/2014 00:04, Jeroen Massar wrote:
> On 2014-10-04 12:56, Gert Doering wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 04, 2014 at 12:49:00PM +0200, Gert Doering wrote:
>>> On Thu, Oct 02, 2014 at 10:31:25PM -0400, Jeroen Massar wrote:
>>>>> <http://www.azdes.gov>)... 2002::cf6c:8846
>>>> That is an invalid 6to4 address as it would have a 6to4 gateway of 0.0.0.0.
>>> Uh, what?
>>> Who are you and what happens to the Jeroen I know who understands IPv6,
>> Aliens stole the body of Gert Doering, and now he can't find the button
>> "withdraw this e-mail" in his Outlook mail client anymore...
> Hmmm, yeah a Gert using Outlook would be an excuse, but it seems more
> that an alien stole his dog: "User-Agent: Mutt/1.5.23 (2014-03-12)" :)
> Dear Aliens: please return our Gert!
>> Sorry, of course Jeroen is right here, and I need to sleep more before
>> typing. While anycast *is* the problem, of course the "exit side" of
>> the tunnel needs an address, aka "gateway"...
> Can anybody local to Munich deliver some fresh coffee to Gert? :)
I'm drinking coffee here in Auckland at 08:21, but there is no
"send coffee" feature in Web RTC yet.
Yes, everybody go and read RFC 6343 again please.
Just to be clear though, a return relay for 6to4 will advertise
a route to 2002::/16, since it must accept traffic for any 6to4
host. But any packets sent to that AZDES address will black hole
because the return relay will encapsulate them in IPv4 and deliver
them to 0.0.0.0.
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