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Tue Apr 6 02:44:52 CDT 2010
> different documentation state that clients be given /64 with ISP's beign
> given /48 from assigned global /32.
That should be that ISPs are given a global /32 from which they
assign /48s to clients. The client would assign a /64 to each LAN segment.
> Can one subnet to include /127 for point to point connections?
The best advice is to use a /64 unless you have read and understood
RFC 3627 http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3627
> Is there any newbie guide for ipv6 subnetting?
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