[address-policy-wg] Those pesky ULAs again
Lutz Donnerhacke lutz at iks-jena.de
Wed May 30 11:26:19 CEST 2007
* Jørgen Hovland wrote: >> * Jørgen Hovland wrote: >>> Q: Is it correct that you can get a /26 IPv4 PA block, but you can't get >>> a /96 IPv6 PA block? Why is that? >> >> It's not correct. /48, /56, /64, and /112 are the most common >> assigments here. > > Which RIR is that? According to RIPEs IPv6 policy, the minimum PA block > is /32 so I was kinda wondering. I need a /96. I can even manage with a > /112. (Please let's not start a useless discussion of why you think I > need it). I talk about assignments, not about allocations. If you try to get a IPv4 PA allocation from RIPE, I wonder how you will get a /26. All you can get is an IPv4 PA assignment from your LIR with a size of /26.