Peter Allgeyer wrote:
>Am Sonntag, den 18.09.2005, 16:43 -0400 schrieb Kris Maglione:
>>That's really a good question... I would have no use for it, but I
>>suppose it's reasonable for someone to want to route NetBIOS/BEUI or
>>IPX, although I can't imagine how well that would fare.
>I see. Routing not routable protocols ;-)
Just because a protocol is 'not routable' doesn't mean someone won't
find a reason run it through a router. Maybe, for instance, someone will
decide to hack in a Samba BDC... in that case, though, they could hack
in the ethernet tunnel support. Like I said, probably better as a hidden
option. Anyway, strictly speaking, they're not 'not routable', it would
just be inconvienient to the point of obsurdity to implement it.
Sometimes I'll argue a point just for the sake of argument, so I'm done
with this one.