ipv6 bogon / martian filter - simple
William F. Maton Sotomayor
wmaton at ryouko.imsb.nrc.ca
Mon Jun 14 19:36:51 CDT 2010
On Mon, 14 Jun 2010, Brandon Applegate wrote:
> I mean really simple. Like 2000::/3. If it's not in there it's bogon, yes ?
Been using that on the advanced networks side for ... OK, years. Seems to
work. Kept unseemingly bogons like 1000::/3 out, except for the
deprecated 6bone pTLA, 3FFF::
> What I'm really asking, is for folks thoughts on using this - is it too
> restrictive ?
For leaks of old 6bone space, which I haven't seen for a long while,
probably not. But filter aginst that, and maybe it will be fine. It's
all in the RIR allocations....
> How long until it's obsolete ?
> Should be a really long time no ?
Mmm...Last table entry in my table is: 2C0F:FE18::/32. Maybe 2000::/4
will do, but that might not last very long as an ACL, given the proximty
of 2Cxx:: to 2FFF::
> Again, just looking for some feedback either way. Would be very nice to have
> a single line ACL do this job.
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