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Tue Sep 2 11:27:48 EEST 2014
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On 09/02/2014 10:59 AM, Tsvetomir Gospodinov wrote:
> 1) The minimum allocation from IPv6 is /48. You need to eastablish a BGP session but there is no requirement for
> prefix length (e.g. Balkan-IX use /118 for IPv6 IX)
Do you mean that /48 is the minimum you can get from RIPE or the minimum you can announce trough BGP ?
> 2) If you have /64 allocation in an VLAN there would be an autoconfiguration mechanism. In all other cases you
> should have a transport IPs with routing.
For IPv6, for now I wish only static routes to the Anchor and nothing else. I'll have to rethink the firewall for IPv6
for the rest of the network, which will take time :(
Thank you for the info.
> Best regards, Tsvetomir Gospodinov
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> На 2.9.2014 10:50, Marian Marinov написа: Hi guys, I'm preparing to configure my Ripe Atlas Anchor in Sofia and I
> wish to have both IPv4 and IPv6 for it.
> Since I don't have much experience with IPv6 I would like to ask a few questions :)
> - If I want to use a /64 from my RIPE provided IPv6 addresses, do I need to give another /64 to my uplink ISP for
> - I have received /64 from my ISP but I did not receive any transport IPs. Is this normal?
> -- Marian Marinov Founder & CEO of 1H Ltd. Jabber/GTalk: hackman at jabber.org ICQ: 7556201 Mobile: +359 886 660 270
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