Rate of growth on IPv6 not fast enough?
cluestore at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 08:54:58 CDT 2010
> > I'm just saying it's one valid
> > security issue with using any sort of globally unique IP address (v4
> > or v6), in that analyzing a bunch of traffic from a particular
> > netblock would allow one to build a topology map. It's easier with
> > IPv6 since you can presume most if not all addresses are on /64s out
> > of a /48 (so look to the fourth quad for the "subnet ID").
> I understand and totally agree.
> > Obviously if someone is super concerned with revealing this sort of
> > info there are other things besides NAT they can do, such as using a
> > proxy server(s) for various internet applications, transparent
> > proxies, etc. But it is a valid security concern for some.
> Could not agree more which is why I stated that there are other ways of
> accomplishing the "hiding internal topology" using other methodoligies.
> NAT/PAT has caused me many headaches which is why I am so opposed to using
> > Also, is that your real name? ;-)
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