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From "Philip A. Prindeville" <>
Subject Re: sequence numbers
Date Fri, 15 Aug 1997 19:03:25 GMT
	+1 on the concept, sure.  But.. how about allowing for a) more than
	64K requests, and b) IPv6 addresses.

	#ken    :-)}

Yeah, my concerns as well.

You might want to add an 8 bit tag that specifies what sort of address
follows.  As for the time, you might want to add a millisecond counter.

Assuming that pure AAL4 with E.164 addressing could be a connection-
type, then you are looking at 64bit addresses (with 60 significant
bits).  And IPv6 is worse (or "better", depending on how you look at it),
with 128 bit addresses.


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