Re: "It's the end of the world as we know it" -- REMFrom: Tore Anderson <tore () fud no> Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2013 14:07:40 +0200
* Chris Grundemann
Nope, you are correct Geoff. There is a /10 reserved for transition
technologies (e.g. outside addresses on a CGN) and there is a
"critical infrastructure" reserve, but no general purpose reserve like
in RIPE and APNIC.
One interesting thing is that this is dedicated specifically for
transition/deployment of *IPv6*. So the way I understand it, you won't
get any space from this block to number the outside of a NAT444-style
CGN, while you would for a NAT64-style CGN.