IPv6 route annoucement
stu at actusa.net
Thu Aug 7 21:05:50 UTC 2014
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No, it's not mis-sized. And no, you should advertise it all.
I would advertise the /44 without reservation.
On 08/07/2014 01:58 PM, John York wrote:
> Hoping to not start a war...
> We (a multi-homed end-user site) are finally getting IPv6-enabled Internet
> connectivity from one of our ISPs. In conversations regarding our BGP
> config, the ISP has balked at allowing us to advertise our ARIN-assigned
> /44, saying things like, "do you know how many addresses that is!!??"
> Am I way off base in thinking this network size is not out of the norm? I
> know it's a lot of addresses (19 octillion-something?), but that
> assignment was based on the same criteria that got us a /22 in v4 space.
> Should accepting a /44 in v6 not be equivalent, policy-wise, to accepting
> a /22 in v4?
> John York
> Information Technology | Network Administrator
> 615-399-7000 x:333
> Griffin Technology
> 2030 Lindell Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 USA
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