The microblog: 2016.01.07 16:49:18

2016.01.07 16:49:18 (685126067225399296) from Daniel J. Bernstein, replying to "Will Glynn (@delta407)" (685111540811476995):

@delta407 No. The routing semantics need to be tweaked (see, and then need to be made mandatory for IPv6 software.


2016.01.07 07:54:45 (684991546643513344) from Daniel J. Bernstein:

Deep confusion in doesn't manage to hide the core issue: "The _single_ benefit is that they won't have to renumber."

2016.01.07 08:00:09 (684992904335470592) from Daniel J. Bernstein:

Easy IPv6 software+spec changes today, adding the critical IPv4-addresses-work-without-renumbering feature, would still have huge benefits.

2016.01.07 15:51:34 (685111540811476995) from "Will Glynn (@delta407)":

@hashbreaker Every IPv4 addr has a 2002:xxxx:xxxx::/48 6to4 prefix already. Many routers can encap in hardware. Is this what you're needing?