APNIC IPv6 transit exchange

Andrew Ruthven andrew.ruthven at catalyst.net.nz
Sun Dec 2 22:52:12 CET 2007

On Sun, 2007-12-02 at 21:39 +0100, Leo Vegoda wrote:

> If you look at APNIC's web site[1] you'll see that 2001:0C00:/23 is  
> reserved for prefixes as long as /48[2]. /35 is shorter than /48, so  
> what's the problem here?

The issue I encountered when trying to advertise a /35 from an addresss
block allocated from within this /23 is a number of networks didn't
accept it.  No doubt because they're filtering out anything longer
than /32.  And Gert's example set of filters don't allow these routes.

I don't suppose anyone knows of a site that is collecting all the
different policies together?


Andrew Ruthven, Wellington, New Zealand
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