UPnP/IPv6 support in home routers?

Keith Medcalf kmedcalf at dessus.com
Tue Dec 12 03:09:19 CST 2017

UPnP is the spawn of Beelzebub.  

Implementation by Bugs Bunny's maroons for use by other maroons is ok, I suppose, as long as those of us who are not maroons can turn the evil off.

However, if those maroons start whining about all the crap that happened to them because they enabled UPnP they better to be able to take the "I told you so you stupid maroon" in stride as a perfectly adequate and entirely correct statement of fact.

The fact that there's a Highway to Hell but only a Stairway to Heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic volume.

>-----Original Message-----
>From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at nanog.org] On Behalf Of Fernando
>Sent: Monday, 11 December, 2017 05:23
>Subject: UPnP/IPv6 support in home routers?
>Anyone can comment on the UPnP support for IPv6 in home routers?
>Those that I have checked have UPnP support for IPv4, but not for
>-- even when the home router does otherwise support IPv6.
>Looking at UPnP itself, it seems to allow opening holes at the IGD,
>on a fully-specified (local ip, local port, remote ip, remote port)
>basis, which kind of sucks -- as one would want to be able to
>all ports for a given IP address, or at least (local ip, local port).
>Best regards,
>Fernando Gont
>SI6 Networks
>e-mail: fgont at si6networks.com
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