IPv6 Default Allocation - What size allocation are you giving out
owen at delong.com
Thu Oct 9 18:21:51 UTC 2014
On Oct 9, 2014, at 10:04 AM, Roland Dobbins <rdobbins at arbor.net> wrote:
> On Oct 9, 2014, at 11:31 PM, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
>> Nanites, window blinds, and soda cans, I can believe. Molecules, I tend to doubt.
> Various controlled compounds have been chemically tagged for years. NFC or something similar is the logical next step (it also holds a lot of promise and implications for supply-chains in general, physical security applications, transportation, etc.).
But those chemical tags are generally multiple, not single molecules.
NFC still requires something with a unique radiographic property, so not likely in a single molecule.
>> I think we will see larger network segments, but I think we will also see greater separation of networks into segments along various administrative and/or automatic aggregation boundaries. The virtual topologies you describe will likely also have related prefix consequences.
> Concur, but my guess is that they will be essentially superimposed, without any increase in hierarchy - in fact, quite the opposite.
Indeed, I think we will end up agreeing to disagree about this, but it will be interesting to see what happens over years to come.
I suspect that the answer to which way this goes will be somewhat context sensitive. In some cases, hierarchies will be collapsed. In others, they will expand.
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