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network pfsense manpages
- R10:3f7b9525ea48: if_stf: document 6rd in the man page
I can't vouch to the technical accuracy, but other than my 2 inline comments, the wording looks good to me. (Is 2002:8504 an IPv6 tunneling prefix? If not,, maybe uses of that should be changed to use something within the RFC 3849 IPv6 documentation prefix (2001:db8::/32) and the rest of the examples adjusted to use a longer prefix within that.)
While you're touching that page: should be "a site border router" or "site border routers".
Is it worth keeping that URL still? 6bone was completely phased out 15 years ago..
2002::/16 is the prefix used for 6to4, so it is appropriate as an example in the 6to4 case. 6rd can use any IPv6 prefix, so the documentation prefix is appropriate there.
I'll post a separate review for this remark and the next one. I'd like to keep this review/commit for the 6rd changes only.
It's probably time to remove this yes. Like the other remark I'll do this in a separate commit.