/56 for home sites, /48 for business sites & billing considerations (Was: European ISP enables IPv6 for all?)

Mohacsi Janos mohacsi at niif.hu
Fri Dec 21 08:46:59 UTC 2007

>> They aready do it. In Hungary, if you are home user you can have 1
>> single IPv4 address. If you are a business customer, then your can have
>> an address space allocated from your provider. You pay more if you need
>> bigger address block....
> That is IPv4 and seems to be the case in general for IPv4.
> That mentality needs to be stopped for IPv6.
> When an ISP is not going to provide /48's to endusers then RIPE NCC
> should revoke the IPv6 prefix they received as they are not following
> the reasons why they received the prefix for.

Agreed. But you have to explain old telco chaps who like charging for 
phone number blocks....


Janos Mohacsi
Network Engineer, Research Associate, Head of Network Planning and Projects
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