On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 03:42:43PM +0100,
Rémi Després <remi(_dot_)despres(_at_)free(_dot_)fr> wrote
a message of 49 lines which said:
A similar result could be achieved if resolvers, when they have to
get a name for an IPv6 address having a privacy ID, instead of
having no chance to get any name, would replace this ID by an agreed
standard value for which there is a PTR RR.
It seems a good idea.
RFC 1101 is probably the right basis for such a feature (which does
not exist today). So, the roadmap is:
* write a RFC 1101bis, mostly to introduce IPv6 support
* convince the resolver's authors to use it (it requires code on their
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