[!CrackMonkey!] Fight the power!
mr.bad at pigdog.org
Fri Oct 11 19:40:14 PDT 2002
>>>>> "MN" == Miles Nordin <carton at Ivy.NET> writes:
MN> I think it is Required for ``Enterprise IP Telephony'' or
MN> something. And Mobile IPv6 is not like Mobile IPv4 at all.
I think it's just required because we don't have enough IPv4
addresses, since there are 6 billion people on this planet, and each
of us has two computers at home and three at work. So it just adds up
to TOO MANY COMPUTERS.
Things were so much easier back when we used 16-bit computers, because
then you could use one 32-bit IP address and share it between two of
them. Modern hardware is so piggish.
Anyways, I think it's a shame that people give their computers fake
identities. Using 10-net addresses is just an insult to a
computer. It's humiliating. It's like when corpos name their assets
something like "pc10448" or something.
How can you expect a computer to do anything when it's denied a unique
identity? They'll have no self-esteem. They'll mope. They'll be
hopelessly useless. They will be unfit partners in one's digital
Giving a computer a bunged-up address is criminal.
MN> And lettuce is a utensil over there.
Did you know that Koreans eat babies? Or something like that. Brigitte
Bardot keeps trying to get them to stop, but the Koreans can't get
enough of the great taste of roast infant. Look it up if you don't
MN> so the shortsighted corporate wankers like McMahon will get
MN> forced into IPv6, fear not.
ha ha pain for Shawn McMahon.
I like this IPv6 already.
MN> Let's see Cisco write something by hand for once, rather than
MN> stealing it from BSD or ``licensing'' it.
ha ha BSD license.
MN> anyway, this is out-of-the-box:
MN> balthasar:~$ uname -a NetBSD balthasar 1.5ZC NetBSD 1.5ZC
MN> (BALTHASAR) #1: Mon Aug 5 02:26:09 PHT 2002
MN> root at casey:/scratch/netbsd/src/sys/arch/hpcmips/compile/BALTHASAR
MN> hpcmips balthasar:~$ telnet ::1 Trying ::1... Connected to
MN> localhost. Escape character is '^]'. login:
MN> Grovel before me, Linux plebes.
What? We have IPv6. I think. I've never tried it. But it's there. We
have an Esperanto HOWTO, also.
Hey, so, what are you going to do when you get a fourth computer? Or
are your other ones named justine and mountolive rather than gaspar
and melchoir? You've still got a limited name space. I'm concerned.
MN> oh, whatever. itojun always does the right thing. There's no
MN> need to post rants on these silly topics, because we can trust
MN> him. No, I'm serious. We can.
I think we also need to block urls that contain "cr.yp.to" in them.
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