On Mon, 31 Mar 2003 11:51:10 -0800
"Tony Hain" <alh-ietf(_at_)tndh(_dot_)net> 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!
NO, Tony. The addresses get passed around in other places than the IP
header, where routers cannot block it. This isn't FUD, it's reality.
And the disinformation needs to stop.