Re: IPv6 address/port format
"Dwayne C . Litzenberger" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> I'm not really knowledgeable about this, but what is a good, standard way
> to show address/port shown in IPv4, IPv6, IPX, etc? I would think
> address.:port (dot-colon) would be good (and it already works with domain
> names), but I haven't seen this done yet.
> Any thoughts?
I've seen people use both "IPv6-addr port" (space sep.) and
"IPv6-addr/port". I think I really like using '/', and haven't yet
found a place where that will cause problems except for in URIs.
Using spaces is just universally compliated. I guess we could use
something like '%', but then again, me randomly proposing things here
is probabaly not the best place to make suggestions usefully. ;-)
Chris P. Ross UUNET Technologies, Inc.
email@example.com R & D / Engineering