>I've tried peddling Consume Net people the geodetic IPv6 allocation
>scheme (aa aa aa aa.xx xx xx xx.yy yy yy yy.zz zz zz zz, where x,y,z
>are WGS 84 GPS coordinates padded to 32 bits, while aaaaaaaa is
>reserved for future use (say, planetary networks) -- because this
>gives you 1 cm resolution at Earth surface it should be enough for
>the next 50 years).
Yes, but consume is intended to suppoprt mobile computers so how do
you define their location in order to give them an IP address?
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