Credit to Digital Ocean for ipv6 offering

John Levine johnl at
Wed Jun 18 16:07:51 UTC 2014

>> My cable company assigns my home network a /50.  I can figure out what
>> to do with two of the /64s (wired and wireless networks), but I'm
>> currently stumped on the other 16,382 of them. ...

>I figure that with the larger allocations to homes or offices the question
>isn't "how do I allocate all of these" but "how do I delegate chunks of
>this in a hierarchical manner."

Or even, how do I allocate them at all.  My D-Link wifi router can
pick up a /64 and route it to its own LAN (wired and wifi bridged) and
that's about it for IPv6 other than port filters to enable some
inbound connections.

It runs Linux so I suppose I could put dd-wrt onto it, but that's more
fun than I have time for this week.

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