[arin-ppml] FW: IPv6 Non-connected networks
matthew at matthew.at
Mon Mar 29 11:39:42 EDT 2010
Kevin Kargel wrote:
> It's not injecting a /119.. you are already advertising a /32.. you just weren't accepting traffic for that /119 before..
> Anyone have a problem with that?
The problem is that you weren't already advertising a /32. You were
hoping to advertise your /48, which is all the PI space you could get
and afford, but your ISP wouldn't let you. Just like they won't let you
announce the /119 either.
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