> The pieces of the key, small numbers, tend to =93erode=94 over time as
 > they gradually fall out of use. To make keys erode, or timeout, Vanish
 > takes advantage of the structure of a peer-to-peer file system. Such
 > networks are based on millions of personal computers whose Internet
 > addresses change as they come and go from the network.

One would imagine that as IPv6 rolls out, the need
for DHCP goes to zero excepting for mobile devices
attaching to public (not carrier) nets.  Yes?


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