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From: "David Luyer" <david () luyer net>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 22:05:34 +1000
Petri Helenius wrote:
The inventors of tag-switching^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H MPLS seem to be
firm believers in that if they don´t deliver the goods, the world will
stand still and wait.
And of course you can tag^H^H^Hlabel switch IPv6 through a non-IPv6-aware
core, it just breaks traceroute (as even if you pop a label off the stack
on TTL expiry, your core still can't understand the resulting packet to
return a TTL expired).
But then, much of said vendor's switching equipment with routing
functionality doesn't know about MPLS either - just IPv4.
Re: IPv6 Richard A Steenbergen (Jun 12)
Re: IPv6 Alexander Koch (Jun 12)
RE: IPv6 Kris Foster (Jun 12)
RE: IPv6 Mark Segal (Jun 12)