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[RRG] Re: Arguments against Transport, Translation & Six/One Router
On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 11:04:10AM +1000,
Robin Whittle <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
a message of 194 lines which said:
> I suggest we eliminate "Translation" and "Transport"
> approaches from consideration, since 19 months after
> the RAWS workshop the only potentially practical
> proposals are all Map-Encap.
I am not sure I agree with your classification. Where do you put HIP?
> Firstly, as noted in the above-linked message, during the
> "transition period", in order to provide backwards compatibility,
> your proposal involves deep packet inspection and modification of
> traffic packets.
> This is absolutely impossible to implement in a solution for
> universal adoption as the RRG will be proposing,
You may not like it but saying it is impossible is a bit strange since
currently, most users today access Internet through a NAT box which
typically works that way (with the limitations you mention).
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