[arin-ppml] Automatic IPv6 Eligibility
farmer at umn.edu
Thu Aug 13 19:45:02 EDT 2015
I'm not going to tell what you size you should give your customers, you should determine that for yourself. But others on this thread have suggested /48, /56, and /60, those all seem reasonable to me depending on the situation. What I will beg you, do not limit your customers to a single /64 subnet in there homes. There are many valid reason to have more than one subnet in a home, easiest example is a separate Guest WiFi subnet.
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Hope that helps.
> On Aug 13, 2015, at 17:59, John Santos <JOHN at egh.com> wrote:
> Maybe off-topic, but the recommendation for assigning a /48 to each of
> the ISP's customers... Does that apply only to business customers
> and organizations, etc., or does it also apply to residential customers?
> Why would a residence (unless they're network hackers like most of us)
> ever need more than a /64, let alone 2^16 /64's? I don't see any obvious
> use case for people subnetting their house or appartment :-)
> I'm sure this has been discussed to death here and elsewhere. I've not
> yet been involved in any large-scale IPv6 deployments (just our lone LAN
> that easily fits in a IPv4 /24, and doesn't yet have any off-site IPv6
> connectivity), so I'm trying to internalize IPv6 best practices before
> screwing up too badly.
> John Santos
> Evans Griffiths & Hart, Inc.
> 781-861-0670 ext 539
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