Issues encountered with assigning all ones IPv6 /64 address? (Was Re: Issues encountered with assigning .0 and .255 as usable addresses?)

Marc Storck mstorck at
Tue Oct 23 15:29:08 UTC 2012

>IPv4 addresses ending in .0 and .255 can't be used either because the
>top and bottom addresses of a subnet are unusable.

Only true if speaking of /24, but with the appearance of CIDR 19 years
ago, this is not true anymoreŠ The .255 and .0 in the "center" of a /23
are perfectly usable see an earlier post


Marc Storck
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