minimum IPv6 announcement size

Brandon Ross bross at
Fri Sep 27 14:40:15 UTC 2013

On Fri, 27 Sep 2013, Ryan McIntosh wrote:

> It's a waste, even if we're "planning for the future", no one house
> needs a /64 sitting on their lan.. or at least none I can sensibly
> think of o_O.

Okay, I'm just curious, what size do you (and other's of similar opinion) 
think the IPv6 space _should_ have been in order to allow us to not have 
to jump through conservation hoops ever again?  128 bits isn't enough, 
clearly, 256?  1k?  10k?

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