[GTER] New IETF draft: IPv4 with 64 bit Address Space

Humberto Galiza humbertogaliza at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 15:02:46 -02 2015

Oi Rubens,

Já há algum tempo os fabricantes tem trabalhado (secretamente?) na
utilização do tal bit de options. Então seu milhão, talvez já não seja
tão "milhão" assim.

Texto de 2013: https://mail.lacnic.net/pipermail/lactf/2013-December/005239.html


Humberto Galiza

2015-12-09 13:34 GMT-03:00 Rubens Kuhl <rubensk at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 11:48 AM, Humberto Galiza <humbertogaliza at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Abstract
>>    This document describes a solution to the Internet address depletion
>>    problem through use of a clever IPv4 options mechanism as a solution.
>>    This IPv4 protocol extension is called enhanced IP (EnIP).  Because
>>    it is IPv4, it maximizes backward compatibility while increasing
>>    address space by a factor of 17.9 million.  Unlike other similar
>>    proposals, care was taken to avoid costly changes and requirements to
>>    the core network and border routers, with the exception that options
>>    be passed in that equipment as described below.  Because it is
>>    backward compatible, current IPv4 software, network equipment,
>>    firewalls, intrusion detection/protection, and layer 5 firewalls can
>>    be maintained until IPv6 system information security reaches
>>    acceptable maturity and availability.
>> Link direto para o draft:
>> https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-chimiak-enhanced-ipv4/
>> Comentários são apreciados.
> Só tem 1 milhão de roteadores com "ip option drop" ligados para desligar
> antes disso funcionar...
> Rubens
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