Keith Moore wrote:
On Thu, 27 Mar 2003 15:31:23 -0500
John Stracke <jstracke(_at_)centive(_dot_)com> wrote:
Besides, we have three such prefixes, given RFC-1918 and 6to4:
2002:A00::/24, 2002:AC10::/28, and 2002:C0A8::/32.
the same problems exist for these as for SLs.
Perhaps; but, given the prevalence of RFC-1918 addresses, it's unlikely
that anybody's going to build their 6to4 implementation to block it from
we should deprecate these
also when we revise 6to4.
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