schnizlein at isoc.org
Wed Feb 18 19:51:48 UTC 2009
Humor aside, the only practical answer is to show up at meetings and
and on mailing lists and express your technical reasons. There are
people there (in addition to me) who want the perspective of network
On 2009Feb18, at 2:45 PM, Nick Hilliard wrote:
> On 18/02/2009 19:39, Kevin Loch wrote:
>> Just how DO we get the message to the IETF that we need all the
>> tools we
>> have in v4 (DHCP, VRRP, etc) to work with RA turned off?
> Easy. Disable all ipv4 at ietf meetings and change the address of
> the DNS server on the LAN every couple of minutes.
> Eating one's own dog food can concentrate the mind like nothing else.
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