IPv6 routing /48s
niels=nanog at bakker.net
Tue Dec 9 17:33:10 CST 2008
* Mark_Andrews at isc.org (Mark Andrews) [Wed 26 Nov 2008, 03:20 CET]:
>It's used for both.
Yet from /usr/src/lib/libc/getaddrinfo.c
/* Rule 7: Prefer native transport. */
/* XXX: not implemented yet */
But it is not used to distinguish between 2001: and 2002: as ::/0 has a
higher precedence in the default FreeBSD IPv6 address selection policy
table. Where does FreeBSD and by extension KAME get its strong
preference for 2001: from? I just can't find the code.
(I'm reviving this old thread because you chose to ignore my mail to you
but did not fail to reply to a single mail I sent to the list concerning
"We humans get marks for consistency. We always opt for
civilization after exhausting the alternatives."
-- Carl Guderian
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