IPv6 End User Assignments
leo.vegoda at icann.org
Sat May 9 18:42:36 CEST 2009
On 09/05/2009 9:17, "Gert Doering" <gert at space.net> wrote:
>> But a /47 sub-allocation does not need RIR approval. So the ISP can provide
>> a /47 prefix which the customer can assign as two separate /48, one to each
>> half of its 'site'.
> I would call this "bending the policy".
I agree with you.
> Even if you do sub-allocations,
> the assignment rule of "maximum of a /48 per site" still holds (and the
> NCC is going to ask the LIR questions about this).
> Of course, if the customer actually *has* two sites, two /48s would
> obviously be fine.
In practical terms, I think that any site large enough to have even a vague
need for two /48s could legitimately claim to be two sites and so not worry.
I think the only potential reason to worry is that the /48 might become the
new "Class C" and network consultants will want to use one per floor, room,
department or whatever.
I suspect we can worry about this trend if and when we see it.
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