On 2 dec 2008, at 20:02, Scott Brim wrote:
One way to fix that would be multipath transport protocols. Rather
try to guess what works best, just use all of them (or at least
and get better performance without having to make difficult choices.
This doesn't help with site renumbering problems, just endpoint
NAT also helps very little with renumbering. The only thing that it
buys you is that you don't have to renumber routers and other devices
that have their addresses configured staticially sitting behind the
NAT. But routers can receive prefixes over DHCPv6 and then use those
prefixes to number their stuff rather than have this done by hand, so
there is _very_ little need for static address configuration.
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