[e2e] tunnels with only one end point specified.
puddinghead_wilson007 at yahoo.co.uk
Fri May 12 01:25:31 PDT 2006
nothing like postal addresses....
You could always set a way to say "hey if caller id is
not there, do not accept calls" or if "no source
Identifer, do not accept incoming message stream"
--- alessandro salvatori <sandr8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/11/06, Joe Touch <touch at isi.edu> wrote:
> > Yes - but the trick is which one? How does the
> node know it's the
> > nearest, or is the definition of nearest "the
> first node with this
> > anycast address"?
> that's how I intended it and how I interpreted what
> Jon said, but
> mileage may vary :)
> > If so, tunneling to the nearest anything seems to
> defeat the goal of
> > most tunnels...
> the goal of the tunnels I was thinking about is that
> of circumventing
> legacy router clouds, as -- for instance -- IPv4
> tunnels that carry
> IPv6 datagrams.
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