/52 Never Mentioned?
ek at google.com
Tue Oct 19 21:32:50 CEST 2010
On 19 October 2010 09:05, Elmar K. Bins <elmi at 4ever.de> wrote:
> devon at noved.org (Devon True) wrote:
>> I have been reading the numerous v6 assignment debates (/48 vs /56) and
>> I never see a /52 mentioned. Is there an operational reason? It would
>> seem like a nice middle ground were a /56 could be too small but a /48
>> could be seen as "wasteful".
> ... just as a /56 is seen as the middle ground where a /64 could be too
> small but a /48 could be seen as wasteful ...
> How small would you want to splice the address space?
Nibble boundaries make it fairly convenient to slice and dice as you wish.
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