Introducing draft-denog-v6ops-addresspartnaming

Richard Hartmann richih.mailinglist at
Fri Nov 19 11:21:30 CST 2010

On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 17:58, Owen DeLong <owen at> wrote:

> It is always two bytes. A byte is not always an octet. Some machines do
> have byte sizes other than 8 bits

Vice versa. It's always two octects, but on some systems it may not be
two bytes.

>, although few of them are likely to have
> IPv6 stacks, so, this may be an academic distinction at this point.


We can revisit this once we all own a few portable quantum computers, though :)


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