Routing problems to 2400:CB00::/32 CLOUDFLARE

Mick O'Rourke mkorourke at
Fri Jun 15 23:59:22 CEST 2012

+1 Tom.

Its going to be the same number of routes in the table whatever way you go.
In the case at least anyway.

It's a valid use case a SP-content provider to want to use a single /32
block for independent DC allocations. A use case for growth beyond a /48
per site also exists. IMHO if the strict filters are correct APNIC et al
got it wrong and have missed a valid use case, this should have been
catered for.

The above said why not relax filters to use /48? - will you wait for your
customers to complain or leave your network as they can't reach content
before you do? What's the projection on where this will be in 7 years based
on current de agg growth for v6?

Those who run strict v6 filters do you have similar filters for v4?
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