filtering /48 is going to be necessary
Sven Olaf Kamphuis
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Sat Mar 10 16:56:14 CST 2012
and anyway, the average visit to facebook is still more data than the
entire ipv6 route table at the moment.
we might also want to speed up bgp handling by routers a bit in the
future, as some are DAMN SLOW in processing a few hundred thousand sets of
data... (no people, it's NOT acceptable when a 200k box takes more than a
few milliseconds to process whats basically just a few megabytes of data
coming in over 10ge pipes and put it into a route table in ram ;)
time to put all those suppliers a pepper in their **** and simply stop
buying their stuff if they keep selling obsolete junk.
end-to-end PI is the way to go.
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On Sat, 10 Mar 2012, Jimmy Hess wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 12:52 AM, George Bonser <gbonser at seven.com> wrote:
>>> I'm well into my second decade of having a v6 prefix in the dfz and am
>>> passingly familiar with powers of two...
>> Point is that expecting people globally to take a /48 from PA space probably isn't a realistic expectation.
> What's more realistic is you have to get a single /48 of PI space for
> people to carry that globally.
> And if you have 5 discontiguous networks, what the RIRs should do is
> carve a /44 out for your
> present and future PI allocations and issue you the 8 /48s;
> the PI /48 routing slots
> that you have justified need for -- arranged so that they fall within
> the same /45.
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