Addressing plan exercise for our IPv6 course
simon.perreault at viagenie.ca
Wed Jul 21 12:22:47 CDT 2010
On 2010-07-21 12:57, Alex Band wrote:
> We've been working on an exercise for the IPv6 training course we deliver for LIRs. It's aimed at people who are unfamiliar with IPv6, so the goal is to get them to the point where once they get their IPv6 /32 allocation, they have a good idea how to subdivide prefixes over their network and how to write an addressing plan.
> Here's a PDF with the exercise (two pages A3): http://bit.ly/c7jZRJ
> I'm curious to hear if you think it's clear and useful.
Useful, yes. But it should be clearer that not all address plans are
equally good. It's not just a matter of filling in the blanks with
something that will work.
For instance, would one be expected to follow RFC 3531?
NAT64/DNS64 open-source --> http://ecdysis.viagenie.ca
STUN/TURN server --> http://numb.viagenie.ca
vCard 4.0 --> http://www.vcarddav.org
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