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RE: 6rd attribute compromise?
OK, I will put the reserved byte back.
I will wait another two or three days in case there are other comments, then update a new version with the new TLVs. After that, softwire chair will probably launch the WGLC on both softwire and radext wg mail list. :)
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> On Behalf Of Alan DeKok
> Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 3:00 PM
> To: Peter Deacon
> Cc: Jiangsheng; radiusext
> Subject: Re: 6rd attribute compromise?
> Peter Deacon wrote:
> > Hi Jiangsheng, just included reserved /w ascii example to be a closer
> > match to the existing attribute format for prefix (RFC 3162 2.3)
> I agree with Peter here. Leaving the reserved byte in place allows
> many RADIUS servers to use these new attributes with only a dictionary
> Deleting the reserved byte means that the IPv6 prefix for 6rd has a
> different format than for all other IPv6 prefix attributes.
> Alan DeKok.
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