Shared Transition Space VS. BGP Next Hop [was: Re: Best practices IPv4/IPv6 BGP (dual stack)]

Måns Nilsson mansaxel at besserwisser.org
Sat May 3 09:26:27 UTC 2014


Subject: Shared Transition Space VS. BGP Next Hop [was: Re: Best practices IPv4/IPv6 BGP (dual stack)] Date: Fri, May 02, 2014 at 03:58:42PM -0600 Quoting Chris Grundemann (cgrundemann at gmail.com):

> Would you expound a bit on what you mean here? I don't quite follow but I
> am very interested to understand the issue.

The fact that you need v4 space to build a MPLS backbone is a very good
reason to not waste a /10 on CGN crap. 

Ideally, we would have a solution where an entire MPLS infrastructure
could be built without v4 space, demoting v4 to a legacy application
inside a VRF, but the MPLS standards wg seems content with status quo.

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