On 06/11/2003 10:56 AM, Sunder wrote:

www.foo.com www.bar.com www.baz.com can't all live on the same IP and
have individual ssl certs for https. :( This is because the cert is
exchanged before the http 1.1 layer can say "I want www.bar.com"

So you need to waste IP's for this.  Since the browser standards are
already in place, it's unlikely to be to find a workaround.

A reasonable workaround might be something like: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3056.txt ... to allow isolated IPv6 domains or hosts, attached to an IPv4 network which has no native IPv6 support, to communicate with other such IPv6 domains or hosts with minimal manual configuration, before they can obtain natuve IPv6 connectivity. It incidentally provides an interim globally unique IPv6 address prefix to any site with at least one globally unique IPv4 address, even if combined with an IPv4 Network Address Translator (NAT).

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