services on subnet-router anycast address?

Nick Hilliard nick at
Mon Apr 23 15:28:45 CEST 2012

On 23/04/2012 14:24, Lutz Preßler wrote:
> I stumbled upon 2600:: beeing This sould
> necessarily be a subject-router anycast address. Is it "legal"
> and without implementation problems to have services on such
> an address? 

I assume it's configured as a /128 - unless sprint have configured
2400::/28 on that web server.  If it's a /128, then 2600:: is just fine as
an ipv6 address, and is no different to any other global unicast address.



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