Internet Edge Router replacement - IPv6 route tablesizeconsiderations

Ask Bjørn Hansen ask at
Mon Mar 14 18:30:58 CDT 2011

On Mar 11, 2011, at 11:22, Jeff Wheeler wrote:

> I think there are a lot of people who throw around the SLAAC argument
> like it's actually good for something.  Do these people know what
> SLAAC does?  For core networks, it doesn't do anything.  For
> hosting/datacenter networks and cluster/VPS environments, again, it
> doesn't do anything.  Zero benefit. 

Doesn't SLAAC give you automatic "MAC address to IP" mapping?  It'll save you manually doing that (in an otherwise well controlled environment).

  - ask

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