[ipv6hackers] IPv6 prefix changing

Markus Reschke madires at theca-tabellaria.de
Thu Mar 8 11:42:46 CET 2012


On Wed, 7 Mar 2012, Owen DeLong wrote:

Hi Owen!

> I will say that many of our current tunnelbroker users are in Germany. At this time, all of our IPv6 assignments are static. Short of force of law, I don't anticipate that changing.

Don't worry! There's no law about assigning dynamic IP addresses to 
private customers in Germany. If one likes to have static addresses and 
the ISP offers them, then there's no problem (but the money :-). The only 
thing I can think of is that the office for data privacy recommends 
dynamic addresses. Since static addresses can be tracked easily, nobody 
should be forced by the ISP to use them. Therefore the default should be 
dynamic addresses with the option to switch to static ones if requested by 
the customer. Anyway, a law forcing dynamic IP addresses would collide 
with the constitution, i.e. it would be invalid.

Regards,
  Markus
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