Le 10/09/2010 11:58, Hesham Soliman a écrit :
On 10/09/10 7:55 PM, "Alexandru
Le 10/09/2010 11:48, Hesham Soliman a écrit :
=> Who cares, specify it in your product description. The
IETF doesn't specify how to build products.
Hmm... to me it is a very IETF sensitive issue the Router vs
Host. For example, an ND spec says distinctively what a Host
and what a Router does, e.g. a Host does not respond to Router
=> Yes and it does so on a per-interface basis, not on a
Yes, and the Mobile Router is a Router on its egress interface
when connected at home, as per spec. It is that interface that
needs a default route automatically configured.
=> Ok, so you're happy with it being half host half router when it's
away from home?
When it is away from home it is fully a Host on the egress interface.
When at home fully Router on same. I am happy with it this way.
If so then let it do the same at home. Otherwise, I don't know how
you want to fix this in this WG.
It would mean to specify it to be a at home, be first a Host (get
default route) then change and become a Router, but still at home.
This behaviour could be set in the DHCPv6-PD-NEMO draft, being under
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