NAT66 and the subscriber prefix length
jabley at hopcount.ca
Wed Nov 19 08:51:54 CST 2008
On 2008-11-19, at 09:25, Eugeniu Patrascu wrote:
> michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
>>> We have also started offering residential Internet to those living
>>> on campus, which has been very popular (no suprise.)
>> You've started your own ISP. ISP's get a /32 from ARIN.
>> Case closed.
>> In fact, you are better off treating your non-ISP networks
>> as a customer of your ISP and assigning a /48 to each of
>> your non-ISP sites. This is an area where IPv4 and IPv6 differ.
> Too bad in Europe RIPE wants 3000EUR per month membership fees to
> give you PI IPv6 if you're an end user.
But surely he's not an end-user. He's an ISP, which means he's
(potentially) an LIR.
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