maxxzero5 karma2015-08-12 18:32:49 UTC
With v6, we'd be able to number every /atom/ of every human on the planet and still only use 25%ish of the available space. Reverse DNS would be a bummer though.
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maxxzero3 karma2015-08-12 18:46:38 UTC
Since v6 has been around for quite a while now, have the majority in network engineering circles agreed upon and stuck to any particular set of standard allocation sizing guidelines for routable v6 assignments and subnets?
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