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Re: IPv6 and HTTPS
From: Mark Andrews <marka () isc org>
Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2013 18:31:31 +1000


In message <517B608A.9060101 () jima us>, Jima writes:
On 2013-04-26 23:08, shawn wilson wrote:
There's ways around it for most software but old jetdirect stuff,
switches, routers, ip control systems. Things are going to be 6to4 for a
while. In fact I won't be surprised to see little hardware boxes that do
it for $30 or so (probably late with this idea but have no need to know).

  I hope you mean NAT64; 6to4 is, at best, iffy to support.  I do like 
the $30 hardware device idea, though -- I haven't seen anything like 
that yet.

I saw adds for such a device a couple of years ago.
 
  The majority of what I think of when you say "control systems" 
shouldn't be directly connected to the internet anyway, even with ACLs 
-- or so I gleaned from the nice folks from DHS. ;-)

      Jima

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