[ITNOG] IPv6 e data retention

Antonio Prado thinkofit@gmail.com
Lun 11 Maggio 2015 19:59:51 CEST


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On 5/11/15 7:45 PM, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> Non  questo il punto.

oh si' che lo e' (IPv6 e data retention):

"The hopeful message is that if we ever complete the transitional leap
over to an all-IPv6 Internet the data retention capability reverts
back to a far simpler model that bears a strong similarity to the very
first model of IP address registration. The lack of scarcity pressure
in IPv6 addresses allows the ISP to statically assign a unique site
prefix to each and every customer, so that the service providers data
records can revert to a simple listing of customer identities and the
assigned IPv6 prefix. In such an environment the cyber-intelligence
community would find that their role could be undertaken with a lot
less complexity, and the ISPs may well find that regulatory
compliance, in this aspect at least, would be a lot easier and a whole
lot cheaper!"

riassumendo, se usi cgnat et similia sei soggetto a un data retention
costosissimo.
altrimenti tutto diventa piu' semplice e piu' economico

ciao
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antonio

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