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Re: i think terroists are going to love ipv6
- From: Stephen J. Wilcox
- Date: Wed Sep 25 17:22:18 2002
RFC1925 Part 2.4
On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Joe Baptista wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Jim Segrave wrote:
> > > who cares. China is not aware of the security implications to the
> > > homeland. china is after all a nation ruled by madarines. the colours of
> > > authority change with the wind but the rules of the mandarine class has
> > > not ended. order is critical to the natural balance of chiness society.
> > >
> > > ipv6 challenges order. so what will the nat wall of china do now. i
> > > shall of course be investigating. i think icann goes to china next ;)
> > Could further nonsense in this direction please be sent to a newsgroup
> > like alt.test please?
> > Nanog is hardly the place for such incisive analysis of the current
> > political order or social structures of China.
> > And it's Mandarin. Capitalized even. Which suggests the depth of
> > research which has obviously gone into this.
> hey - the chiness are a speciality of mine ;)
> lynx www.dot-god.com/bod/jb/chinasponsor.html
> and these are issues that we are going to have to deal with. and it's no
> picnic for the people who have to manage ipv6 infrastructure. the chines
> are the least of our concerns.
> joe baptista
> p.s. i still have no idea where the fantasy in my article exists. so far
> i just see i-society complaints of madness but no substance.