UPnP/IPv6 support in home routers?
fernando at gont.com.ar
Mon Dec 11 13:50:02 CET 2017
On 12/11/2017 08:54 AM, Tom Hill wrote:
> On 11/12/17 05:21, Fernando Gont wrote:
>> one would want to be able to whitelist all ports
>> for a given IP address
> What? No!
> "Dear Gateway, I am definitely not a compromised host, please open all
> ports toward me."
> I don't disregard the idea that one would want to manually configure
> this behaviour, but not automatically from the host itself.
No, certainly not automatically. But would like to be able to.
e.g., want to be able to put a node in a "DMZ", allowing even e.g.
things tunneled on top of IPv6.
If UPnP needs t be aware about transport ports, then anything not TCP or
UDP (you might also say SCTP and such, but I think they are not
supported, anyway) would be ruled out.
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