v6 & DSL / Cable modems
matthew at eeph.com
Fri Feb 6 09:08:06 CST 2009
Joe Loiacono wrote:
> Indeed it does. And don't forget that the most basic data object in the
> routing table, the address itself, is 4 times as big.
"2 times as big", if you believe that routers that need to care about
table size won't do anything about what's past the /64 boundary.
It still costs money. Especially since you'll also need to be carrying
the v4 table for approximately forever, and it'll be deaggregating
faster and faster at least for a while.
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