NAT66 and the subscriber prefix length

Eugeniu Patrascu eugen at imacandi.net
Wed Nov 19 08:25:29 CST 2008


michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
>> We have also started offering residential Internet to those 
>> living on campus, which has been very popular (no suprise.) 
> 
> You've started your own ISP. ISP's get a /32 from ARIN.
> Case closed.
> 
> In fact, you are better off treating your non-ISP networks
> as a customer of your ISP and assigning a /48 to each of
> your non-ISP sites. This is an area where IPv4 and IPv6 differ.

Too bad in Europe RIPE wants 3000EUR per month membership fees to give 
you PI IPv6 if you're an end user.




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