Where to buy Internet IP addresses
jbates at brightok.net
Mon May 4 08:20:33 CDT 2009
Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
> It's short sighted and silly to design your service around handing out
> /64s to people and then you have to redesign it when demand for multiple
> subnets come around. Design it around /56 to begin with, and you will
> have solved the problem for the future, not just for now.
Then tell RIR's to quit insisting that /56's have SWIP's. They can't
very well be dynamic in nature via PD if they are being SWIP'd.
Until then, /60 sounds fine. Allows higher capacity per /48 on a node
and will give most customers more than they will ever use.
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