end-user ipv6 deployment and concerns about privacy
leen at consolejunkie.net
Thu Aug 19 16:54:41 CDT 2010
On 08/19/2010 07:58 PM, Joakim Aronius wrote:
> * Joel Jaeggli (joelja at bogus.com) wrote:
>> manual configuration of ip address name mappings seems like a rather low
>> priority for the average home user...
>> I don't expect that will be a big activity in the future either, more
>> devices means less manual intervention not more.
> Ok, ok, so that argument sucked. I guess I'm still stuck in the IPv4 mindset and have not yet grasped the full blessing of IPv6, zeroconf etc. etc.
> Anyway, constantly changing prefixes for home users still seem like begging for trouble. (Could be a service though, as mentioned, but on the other hand I expect a fair number of anonymity services to arise so charging for it might be tough.)
If you still want fairly static addressing for your local network, there
is always ULA.
And those addresses do not leak to the outside world.
I'm surprised no one mentioned it, maybe I missed it.
I can understand if people don't recommend them because you mentioned
end-user, but it might be useful to a poweruser.
You could have your DSL- or cable-router/-modem onetime generate a ULA
and have RA/DHCPv6 distribute that to the devices in the network like
the addresses it gets from the provider.
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