[ppml] 2005-1 and/or Multi6
Kurt Erik Lindqvist
kurtis at kurtis.pp.se
Thu Apr 14 05:45:04 EDT 2005
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On 2005-04-13, at 19.58, Andrew Dul wrote:
>> Any suggestion on the four billion routes after that?
> My speculation is that their comment may have been a validation of the
> the 1AS 1 prefix allocation methodology, given the current contraints
> of BGP to a 16bit ASN. But I'm just not sure, I didn't have a chance
> to followup.
> If you extrapolate the 1 prefix/AS, and generally don't change the
> requirements for an AS, what happens to the IPv6 route table growth
> I anticipate the overlay of address space on the edge of the network
> but I don't necessarily think that that address space will be served
> by more than 1 AS.
Current predictions for what it's worth is that we will run out of
AS:es before IPv4 space...
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