Re: ipv6 - 16 byte??



inefficiency rather than pay the cost of efficiency. For example, with
128-bits, a computer needs to know only its network and its MAC
address to generate a unique address.

At this time MAC address is a private information
(.doc word file write it inside the document... strange thing...)

With ipv6, MAC address became public.
IMHO, this is'nt a good thing about our privacy... and perhaps about our
freedom...

But maybe I'm paranoiac


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