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twerkinalo

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Character Set Encoding & ipv6 complexities.
« on: April 09, 2011, 03:44:32 AM »

Hi there. So I was sittin here and then I thought.

 "" If the ipv6 address were to be the same in two situations, the only thing to differ would be the character set used... Say UTF-8 then that address as another language? Would this confusikate the routers into thinking they are modern day slaves jacked into power hungry nations, waring to feed their own?? What has it come too? ""


I actually don't think it would actually since the character set encodings are mostly standerd template bvased wether or not the key is used it still takes HEX bytez... Anyways.. What do you think?


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