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Re: Retiring dhclient

On Nov 16, 2011, at 5:46 PM, Robert Elz <kre%munnari.OZ.AU@localhost> wrote:
> No, it isn't - consider a trivial case when (say) at the IETF,
> on that hotel network (which I presume is WiFi, and so generally
> to be preferred over the more expensive, and slower, 3G) decides
> to implement an IPv6 of their own - you connect to it
> you get answers, just not the ones you hoped.

That's why IMHO you have to authenticate (by which I mean the remote server, 
not authenticate yourself to the network). The scenario you are worried about 
is perfectly possible in the dual stack case. If you think one interface is 
more expensive than another, you can handicap the race. 

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