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IPv6 end user addressing
From: Brian Mengel <bmengel () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2011 12:17:48 -0400

In reviewing IPv6 end user allocation policies, I can find little
agreement on what prefix length is appropriate for residential end
users.  /64 and /56 seem to be the favorite candidates, with /56 being
slightly preferred.

I am most curious as to why a /60 prefix is not considered when trying
to address this problem.  It provides 16 /64 subnetworks, which seems
like an adequate amount for an end user.

Does anyone have opinions on the BCP for end user addressing in IPv6?


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