[arin-ppml] The role of NAT in IPv6
matthew at matthew.at
Mon Mar 29 14:12:28 EDT 2010
Kevin Kargel wrote:
>> .... but essentialy getting
>> ULA-C assignment for ones equipment shouldn't generaly hinder/count
>> against getting an assignment of Public IP address space for a subset of
>> that same equipment. That's about the only issue I could see that would be
>> relevant to the current discussion.
> I will agree with you so long as the ULA-C never takes a global routing slot. The instant it does then it is GUA and should incur the same costs and justifications that GUA does.
This is easy to do. Assign it from space for which there is an IETF
standard telling router vendors to never, ever, accept that route via
external routing protocols.
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