[ipv6-wg] What to do with RIPE Atlas probes that have only a ULA as IPv6 address?
Antonio Prado aprado at topnet.it
Thu Mar 26 13:53:49 CET 2015
On 3/25/15 5:31 PM, Philip Homburg wrote: > So the question to the community, should RIPE Atlas treat ULAs in the > same way as RFC-1918, addresses that should be ignored unless a valid > global address can be found elsewhere. Or should we keep the current > approach where ULAs are treated just like other global IPv6 addresses > and consider the probe host's network setup to be broken? hi, as atlas measures internet connectivity and reachability, as ula addresses should not be routable in internet, probes with (just) ula addresses should be ignored (and not considered as broken) -- antonio
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