Tony Hain wrote:
Margaret Wasserman wrote:
Of course, in the case of site-local addresses, you don't
know for sure that you reached the _correct_ peer, unless you
know for sure that the node you want to reach is in your
Since the address block is ambiguous, routing will assure that if you
reach a node it is the correct one. This FUD needs to stop!
Right up till the point where two companies start communicating with one
another directly with site-locals. Even if there is a router frob to
keep the scopes scoped, you can bet it won't be used until someone
realizes that the above problem occurred.