[Cerowrt-devel] apparently this is an end goal of a lot of ipv6 work in the ietf

Michael Richardson mcr at sandelman.ca
Sat Jul 4 20:12:00 EDT 2020

Joel Wirāmu Pauling <joel at aenertia.net> wrote:
    > I read this as basically Huawei and China led Consumers of Huawei kit.

I would not say that it's "IETF".
The IETF, as a group, doesn't believe in very much, sometimes not even running code :-(

    > I guess potentially if they can solve v6 fragmentation problems then I
    > would be for it, Segment routing, also should have been a thing for a long
    > time.

I think that there are some good outcomes to simplifying all forwarding
silicon to doing IPv6, and making everything else be an overlay/adaptation.

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