What's the current state of major access networks in North America ipv6 delivery status?
owen at delong.com
Fri Jan 28 00:26:35 CST 2011
On Jan 27, 2011, at 5:56 PM, Antonio Querubin wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Jan 2011, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> If they're routing a /64 to your gateway, you're all set. If they're not,
>> then, how are you getting the /64 in the first place?
> Bridged ethernet across the broadband provider network to the ISP router. Each customer gets a single /64 vlan to their residence. If the customer now wants more than one subnet, the ISP must now route additional prefixes to a customer's gateway. The customer can't just setup a router to break up the single /64 without the ISP carrying a route entry or the customer doing some kind of IPv6 NAT or proxy ND. If the ISP wont route additional prefixes, then the customer is forced to do the latter.
If you need more than one prefix, then, they should route you a /48
instead of a /64. If they won't, I strongly encourage you to switch
providers, or, get a free tunnel from http://tunnelbroker.net and
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