[Cerowrt-devel] cerowrt-3.10.32-9 released

Michael Richardson mcr at sandelman.ca
Mon Mar 17 10:55:39 EDT 2014

Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
    >> Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
    >> > - haven't tried blue-ray
    >> quai?

    > At  least one blueray player we know of isn't working through the
    > default  dhcp/dns/upnp setup.

okay, I was imaging you plugging a blue-ray player onto the USB port...
and then... ... ? profit.

    >> > items were procd support
    >> > for babeld, and bcp38 support. We have issues still with upnp. hnetd,
    >> is bcp38 support something you are expecting to see in the UI scripts or is
    >> there some other place that you'd expect to see it?

    > firewall and UI support would be good

    > I've modeled  something that basically should  work in my bcp38 repo.

    >> while we need to drop packets from ULA src at the *WAN* edge, I am wondering
    >> how we deal with a gentle renumber from the ISP... I'm thinking that we
    >> should just leave all the prefixes that PD gave us in place for some time.
    >> Maybe LRU on 16 prefixes...

    > With source specific routing for ipv6 we have no need for bcp38  for ipv6.

well... if all of our tables are source specific, then I guess I agree.
If we have no default route for a default source, then we have implemented bcp38.

    > It's needed for  ipv4.

That's a different can of worms.
The NAT table won't survive a renumber...

    > That said, surviving an ipv6 renumber is a problem.  Many clients  probably
    > don't  respect an address assignment  lifetime.

I have experimental evidence that it's the opposite: clients give up their
address and on-linkness way too easily.

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