In message <4E2F4491(_dot_)30102(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com>, Brian E Carpenter
Since 6to4 is a transition mechanism it has no long term future
*by definition*. Even if someone chooses to design a v2, who is going to
If you have a reason to install and enable 6to4, why would the nominal
status of a couple of RFCs make you do anything different?
Of course, if implementors choose to drop the code you might not be
able to upgrade software versions - but hopefully by that time you
will have native IPv6 service anyway.
Which is exactly why HISTORIC is NOT appropriate.
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