[MASOCH-L] Remoçao do escopo SITE-LOCAL do ipv6. (RFC3879
Everton da Silva Marques
emarques at diveo.net.br
Fri May 28 11:40:02 BRT 2010
Veja o RFC 4193 - Unique Local IPv6 Unicast Addresses
In 1995, RFC 1884 defined the block fec0::/10 as site-local addresses, that could be used within a "site" for private IPv6 networks. However, insufficient definition of the term site lead to confusion over the resulting routing rules. RFC 3879 (September 2004) deprecated this address range, and postulated solutions to its problems. In October 2005, RFC 4193 was published, reserving the address block fc00::/7 for use in private IPv6 networks. They are not routable in the global IPv6 Internet. They are routable only within a private network or between a limited set of sites.
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