[ipv6-wg at ripe.net] Re: [ipv6-wg at localhost] Re: What is a site ?
Patrick Arkley Patrick.Arkley at se.mci.com
Tue May 10 13:42:36 CEST 2005
That was indeed the original question. In my scenario, the same as yours, I would assign a /48 to each branch office. Too many subnets I would say. However, if the customer from a central point asked for a range for all his branch offices I wouldn't hesitate in assigning one /48 for him/her to use wherever appropriate. The problem from an adminitrative side is that we rarely get the customer to fill out a network request for all sites but rather request ranges per site as they are up for installation. Rgds Patrick Arkley Supervisor IP/DNS SKSC/SKRC Phone direct: +46 (0)8 5661 7075 Fax: +46 (0)8 5661 7236 Mobile: +46 (0)733 11 20 75 VNET: 915-7075 E-mail: patrick.arkley at se.mci.com Initial Call team [VPN]: +46 (0)8 5661 7899 or emea-ip-vpn-inital-call at se.mci.com Registry: +46 (0)8 5661 7454 or registry at se.uu.net IP-team: +46 (0)8 5661 7629 or ip at se.uu.net -----Original Message----- From: Erics [mailto:EricS at t-com.net] Sent: den 10 maj 2005 11:37 To: ipv6-wg at ripe.net Subject: [ipv6-wg at ripe.net] Re: [ipv6-wg at localhost] Re: What is a site? Hi all, please, let´s get back to the main question - what is a site ? I think we need a definition for this, because we find a lot of different means (eg. endsite, single network, customer, subscriber) in the IPv6 allocation and assignment policy and the RFC3177. Lets view a concrete example : A customer of us, a shipping company has ten brances at ten different locations. And he is running a seperated network behind our acces router on each loctaion. >From our point of view and understanding the RFC3177 each location is a site and we assign a /XX to each branch. Do you agree on this, or are there different opinions ? Kind regards Eric Schmidt LIR de.telekom
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