On 04/03/2012 23:24, Brian E Carpenter wrote:
We could go on having this argument, or we could take constructive steps
to deal with the new flexibility that we have gained from IPv6, which indeed
leads to new problems to solve as we start to use that flexibility.
Oh look, we have WGs tackling those problems: MIF, HOMENET, 6RENUM, and
of course V6OPS.
Right, and a lot of that work is useful/relevant, and as you know I've
participated in some of those discussions.
My comments were directed towards those who still have the mindset, "NAT
is the enemy, and must be slain at all costs!"
If you're never wrong, you're not trying hard enough