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Re: IPv6 Advertisements
On 31-mei-2007, at 15:45, Stephen Sprunk wrote:
The general rule, for both v4 and v6, is that people should filter on whatever the minimum allocation/assignment size for each RIR block.
Did someone take the trouble to tell RIPE that?
193/8 /29 194/7 /29
That allows for 6291456 prefixes when fully deaggregated.
Someone recently posted a link (either on PPML or here -- I can't find it now) that showed ARIN's minima for the various v4 and v6 blocks.
[ALLOCSIZE-LACNIC] LACNIC, "LACNIC - Registration Services", http://lacnic.net/en/registro/index.html
[ALLOCSIZE-RIPE] L. Vegoda, "RIPE-380 Address Space Managed by the RIPE NCC", June 2006, https://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/ripe-ncc-managed-address-space.html
[ARIN-MICRO] ARIN, "ARIN Micro-allocations", http://www.arin.net/reference/micro_allocations.html