ausnog at libertysys.com.au
Sun Mar 3 18:45:53 EST 2013
On 03/03/2013 05:30 PM, Skeeve Stevens wrote:
> A /22 of IPv4 is equal to a /32 IPv6. So you get up to a /32 of v6
> for no extra fee.
> BUT... If you are a business, expect only a /48... If you are a
> Service Provider, you can probably justify a /32.
> but seriously... a /48 is a TONNE for a business. The only reason
> you'd want more is if you have multiple networks in geographic
> disparate locations with different upstreams.
Jeff Doyle begged to differ on this a little while back:
* Businesses: allocate a /48 for every building, no matter how small.
* ISPs: allocate a /48 for every residential customer.
* Consistency is much more important than waste management.
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