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Re: How many protocols...

  • From: Grant A. Kirkwood
  • Date: Mon Jun 10 15:39:10 2002

On Monday 10 June 2002 12:29 pm, Andy Dills wrote:
>
> Note my quotes around the word routing. The only protocol that people
> route is IP. Therefore, if you "route" all of the other protocols you
> mentioned, you must inherently route all protocols L4 on up that run on
> IP. Routing is done at L3. Therefore, if you want to talk about things
> running L4 and up, the question should be about filtering and not
> routing.
>
> That's my point...that if we're talking about which protocols are being
> routed, it's either "IP and IPv6" or "everything from L4 up that runs on
> IP", depending on how you take the question.

Now that you've cleared that up, can someone enlighten me as to what this 
has to do with "slamming ICANN?" I'm still not seeing the connection.

-- 
Grant A. Kirkwood - grant@tnarg.org
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