Where to buy Internet IP addresses

Ricky Beam jfbeam at gmail.com
Wed May 6 16:18:18 CDT 2009


On Wed, 06 May 2009 16:50:15 -0400, TJ <trejrco at gmail.com> wrote:
> FWIW - WinXP uses 24hours/change_in_prefix/reboot as the default criteria
> for new Privacy IID creation, is that not aggressive enough?

I define that as "not aggressive". (I've seen ISPs rotate addresses (DHCP)  
faster than that.)

> 	I'd be curious to know what makes it "awful" IYO, I use it daily and
> have few complaints ... ?

Where's the GUI for dealing with it?  It's Windows(tm) after all.

And it brings along a few other things we didn't ask for... a Toredo(?)  
tunnel interface, for one.

But yes, it is functional.  It'll get you to the small assortment of ipv6  
websites around.

> (I think the bigger / better complaint against WinXP is the lack of
> IPv6-transport support for DNS ... and perhaps the lack of DHCPv6 client
> functionality as well)

Yes, but those things require more than just an IPv6 stack.  Service  
components have to be changed to handle DNSv6 and DHCPv6.




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