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Re: IPv6 news
On Oct 14, 2005, at 10:57 AM, Joe Abley wrote:
*IF* you're a big enough ISP. There are (a few) ISPs with few enough customers that they'd have to "exaggerate" plans to get the same level of multihoming that they do with their legacy IPv4 allocations...On 14-Oct-2005, at 10:13, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:Not baked is absolutely correct, and not a reality follows readily from that, as viewed by an operator.Yep, there is no multihoming, but effectively, except for the BGP tricks
Also, are people going to consider accepting longer than /32s from their direct peers? (not for global transit, just peering)... in this case I'm thinking about those networks who do inconsistant announcements at various NAPs for "in-country" and other reasons.