[rfc-i] Can anyone shed some light on this?

Hollenbeck, Scott shollenbeck at verisign.com
Thu Oct 6 09:36:41 PDT 2005


The Chinese government might be blocking access to the IETF web site.
Maybe they think we're a subversive organization or something.

-Scott-

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> I wang to get the document of rfc3927 which about Dynamic 
> configuration of ipv4
> link-local addresses ,but I  cannot open netadresses in 
> china.Can you help
> me?Thank you very much!
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