IPv6 Advertisements

Donald Stahl don at calis.blacksun.org
Tue May 29 13:25:45 UTC 2007

> Anything more specific than /32 is going to be filtered at some portion of 
> the ISPs whether for the good or bad.  There are some subsets of the v6 
> address space that have a higher chance of /48 working (for some definition 
> of 'working') than other parts of the address space, though.
More specific advertisements always stand a chance of being blocked. I was 
more interested in whether or not people know of places where they are 
actively being blocked and why.

That said- ARIN is handing out /48's- should we be blocking validly 
assigned networks?


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