IPv6 black lists?
marcoh at marcoh.net
Wed Mar 10 11:26:47 CET 2010
On 10 mrt 2010, at 10:18, Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Mar 2010, Mark Schouten wrote:
>> customers. With IPv6, a /64 is a site-network. So the chance that many
>> customers reside in this /64 isn't that big. Router-advertisements only
>> work in a /64, so you would be really dumb if you start chopping
>> up /64's to different customers.
> I'd say it's going to be quite common that there are multiple customers in a single /64.
> There really should be some kind of mechanism so the ISP can indicate entity/subnet relationship, for instance if a /48 belongs to a single entity, or if multiple entities can reside within the same /64, and if these entities will have just a single IP per machine (strict DHCPv6 and no SLAAC), or if SLAAC is in effect and a box can have any IP.
Agreed, a first proposal was sent to the ripe IPv6-WG last year. I should be working on a follow-up of that, so if anybody is interested feel free to contact me :)
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