macos Sierra with CGA address?

Fernando Gont fernando at
Wed Dec 14 23:36:10 CET 2016

On 12/14/2016 08:08 AM, Jeroen Massar wrote:
> On 2016-12-14 11:55, Holger Zuleger wrote:
>> Hi,
> As then you only get the DHCPd address (requires DHCPv6 server....) on
> your interface and not all the other magic ones that change all the time
> and are extremely useless if you want to ADDRESS a host...
> (yes, I love VNC'ing, SSH'ing and doing SSH-backups of my boxes...)
> There are claimed 'good' properties of a changing address but mostly
> they are useless: "it works against tracking" which is useless if your
> /48 is static and there are only ~10 hosts in that prefix that call
> outbound. Also, something with HTTP Cookies for 99% of the other things.
> And I am really not lugging my 27" iMac around to get it in another
> network....

If it actualy is RFC7217, then they d not change within the same network
-- for instance, RFC7217 was/is known in 6man circles as "stable-privacy


Best regards,
Fernando Gont
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