minimum IPv6 announcement size
owen at delong.com
Wed Sep 25 13:45:02 UTC 2013
Each site should get at least a /48.
Stop worrying about dense-packing the IP space in IPv6. This is IPv4-think. IPv6 is intended to be sparsely allocated.
On Sep 24, 2013, at 8:10 PM, Nathanael C. Cariaga <nccariaga at stluke.com.ph> wrote:
> I raised actually this concern during our IP resource application.
> On a personal note, I think /48 IPv6 allocation is more than enough for our organization to use for at least the next 5-10 years assuming that this can be farmed out to our multiple sites. What makes this complicated for us is that we are operating on a multiple sites (geographically) with each site is doing multi-homing and having a /48 in each site would be very big waste of IP resources.
> On 9/25/2013 2:36 AM, Bryan Socha wrote:
>> Everyone is following the same policies. a /48 PER SITE. did you
>> request enough addresses from your RIR?
>> Bryan Socha
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