end-user ipv6 deployment and concerns about privacy

Hannes Frederic Sowa hannes at mailcolloid.de
Wed Aug 18 23:35:50 UTC 2010

On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 11:41 PM, Jack Bates wrote:
> Web portals work fine, and honestly, it's not like you need to switch
> subnets, either. PPPoE/A implementations work great, as they are already
> designed to utilize radius backends to quickly alter static/dynamic on a
> session. For bridging setups, you have a variety of implementations and it
> becomes messier. Cisco, while maintaining RBE did away with the concept of
> proxy-nd, and didn't provide a mechanism for dynamically allocating the
> prefixes to the unnumbered interface. If you use dslam level controls,
> you'll most likely being using DHCPv6 TA addressing with PD on top of it,
> which works well. Most of which can support quick static/dynamic
> capabilities as it does with v4.

Thanks. I will have a deeper look in the standards. This sounds like a
viable solution to me. Albeit, I wonder if there is a drive for the
big ISPs to implement such features.

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