IPv6 Routing table will be bloated?

Jack Bates jbates at brightok.net
Tue Oct 26 15:16:16 CDT 2010

On 10/26/2010 2:26 PM, Blake Dunlap wrote:
> This is actually not that uncommon. You see it a lot in the smaller 
> level. I had several such clients at my last job. They want to be 
> multi-homed for redundancy, but either don't have enough space, or 
> don't want to pay full time people, so they use a small to midsize ISP 
> and their space and assistance to set up.

Some aren't multihomed, but they use larger than /20 of v4 space and so 
still qualify. Others are smaller and multihomed and with my permission 
(since I configured the BGP for them), use my ASN and routing tricks. 
Since they have grown this way, they often have no desires to renumber, 
and most have no desire to even bother with an ASN. However, given the 
price of an ASN vs price of an ASN and ISP v6  /32; I know exactly which 
they'll choose. They'll let me pay the higher membership fees, and just 
get space from me.


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