[ppml] question on 2006-2 v6 internal microallocation

Kevin Loch kloch at hotnic.net
Tue Aug 22 13:48:11 EDT 2006

Stephen Sprunk wrote:
> That depends if the intent of 2006-2 was to address hosts that could be 
> accessed from outside the AS or not.  If no, then 2006-2 should be 
> killed and/or replaced with a policy telling people to use RFC 4193 
> ULAs.

One of the benefits of 2006-2 vs ULA is that public reverse dns
delegations are possible.  This is important if they will be used to
number non-loopback router interfaces.

- Kevin

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