1- Is this the reason of why IPsec pre-fragmentation feature can't be supported for IPv6, and the fragmentation by the IPv6 packet sender before IPsec encryption doesn't considered as pre-fragmentation because the fragmentation doesn't done by the IPsec encapsulator before encapsulation?
2- Who could reassemble the IPv6 fragmented packets (the receiving router, the receiving peer or any of them)?
3- Could a tunnel have the packet sender peer on the sending end instead of the source router in a case or having the receiving peer on the receiving end instead of the receiving router in other case ?
4- Doesn't IPsec post fragmentation allowed for IPv6 packets in the tunnel mode due to the reason that IPv6 fragmentation is allowed only by packet sender?
5- Why doesn't the IPsec transport mode carry the IPv6 fragments?
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