IPv4 source routing options and IPv6 Type 0 Routing Header
joelja at bogus.com
Wed Jun 25 18:07:23 CDT 2008
Fernando Gont wrote:
> Hello, folks,
> Quite a few times it has been mentioned to me that some peering
> agreements require support for the IPv4 source routing options. I was
> wondering whether this is still the case for some ISPs, or it is not the
> case anymore.
I haven't observed it in the recent past. looking backwards I can see a
handfull of operators that did it (LSR) by policy everywhere in 2002.
> I was also wondering if it has ever been the case that IPv6 peering
> agreements have required support for Type 0 Routing Header and, if it
> has, whether that still happens nowadays. (I guess not, but....)
I think you'd be hardpressed to find an operator that would knowingly
honor rh(0) headers
> Thanks so much!
> Kind regards,
> Fernando Gont
> e-mail: fernando at gont.com.ar || fgont at acm.org
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