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Thu Apr 29 10:45:06 CDT 2010
On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 7:20 AM, Stephen Sprunk <stephen at sprunk.org> wrote:
> The vast majority of residential customers have a single subnet, so they
> can get by just fine using IPv6 link-local addresses. The vanishingly
> small percentage that have multiple subnets are presumably savvy enough
> to set up ULA-R addresses. There is no need for ULA-C in this scenario.
Actually it's pretty common for residential customers to have multiple subnets,
one wired and one wireless, even if they're both NAT'd to 192.168.x.x.
They may may or not be doing anything with the wired subnet,
and their wireless router may also be providing a wired subnet bridged
with the wireless,
and it's all happening in little consumer-appliance boxes that work by magic,
but it's out there.
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