Definitive Guide to IPv6 adoption

Owen DeLong owen at
Mon Oct 18 11:45:06 CDT 2010

On Oct 18, 2010, at 9:33 AM, Tony Hain wrote:

> This 'get a /32' BAD ADVICE has got to stop. There are way too many people
> trying to force fit their customers into a block that is intended for a
> start-up with ZERO customers.

> Develop a plan for /48 per customer, then go to ARIN and get that size
> block. Figure out exactly what you are going to assign to customers later,

More accurately... A /48 per customer end-site...

> but don't tie your hands by asking for a block that is way too small to
> begin with. Any ISP with more than 30k customers SHOULD NOT have a /32, and
> if they got one either trade it in or put it in a lab and get a REAL block. 
But otherwise, yes, Tony is right.


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