[ppml] 2005-1 status
iggy at merit.edu
Tue Jan 31 15:03:35 EST 2006
If I'm not mistaken the current IPv6 policy allows a LIR to give a /48
to each end site. If a owner of a McD franchise (or whatever) asked a LIR
for IPv6 space, a LIR may likely just give that endsite a /48. So, I
don't undestand why you think the entire McD business could not justify a
need for more then a /47.
On Tue, 31 Jan 2006, Stephen Sprunk wrote:
> The proposal I was responsing to would have justified giving McD's a /31 (or
> so) based on the number of street addresses when they probably could barely
> justify a /47 of PA space from a LIR. Numbering their network
> infrastructure would make no perceptible dent in 2^33 /64s, hence my jest
> about using the rest to number their burgers.
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