How to wish you hadn't forced ipv6 adoption (was "How to force rapid ipv6 adoption")
haegar at sdinet.de
Fri Oct 2 10:53:02 UTC 2015
On Fri, 2 Oct 2015, Mark Andrews wrote:
> > Likewise, sub-allocations can come into play, where a hoster is
> > delegated a /48, but then subdivides it for various customers.
> A hoster is a LIR. It isn't the end customer.
I think you are wrong here for a lot of szenarios.
Today we have for example small web-agency gets /25 from datacenter
hoster (LIR), puts two servers there, couple of VM, and then rents those
VM to its 50 customers.
>From the datacenter hoster point they would perhaps get one /48...
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- Ben F.
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