ISP customer assignments

Chris Hills chaz at
Tue Oct 13 13:51:07 UTC 2009

On 13/10/09 15:33, Justin Shore wrote:
> He didn't really give much of a reason for the /127s yet. I think it's
> coming up in a later session. I think it basically boiled down to
> whether or not the customer would actually use anything bigger. I'll
> write back when we get into that discussion.

Anything other than /64 removes the possibility of using privacy (aka 
temporary) addresses, enabled on Vista and above by default 
(net.ipv6.conf.all.use_tempaddr on Linux). For a single prefix a host 
may have by default up to 8 global unicast addresses - 1 EUI-64 and 7 

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