[ipv6hackers] IPv6 prefix changing

JORDI PALET MARTINEZ jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Wed Mar 7 14:16:11 CET 2012

I will call it more an opt-in to opt for a static prefix, yes it can be
done, but of course, many users don't do it, because they may not know all
about it and the advantages to have static addresses so they can access
static services or devices on their home network.


-----Mensaje original-----
De: Carlos Martinez-Cagnazzo <carlosm3011 at gmail.com>
Responder a: IPv6 Hackers Mailing List <ipv6hackers at lists.si6networks.com>
Fecha: Wed, 07 Mar 2012 10:22:57 -0200
Para: IPv6 Hackers Mailing List <ipv6hackers at lists.si6networks.com>
Asunto: Re: [ipv6hackers] IPv6 prefix changing

>Is it possible to opt-out and get a static prefix  ?
>On 3/7/12 9:49 AM, S.P.Zeidler wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Thus wrote JORDI PALET MARTINEZ (jordi.palet at consulintel.es):
>>> You're right, I got an official confirmation. It is not (yet) such a
>>> but it is a very strong recommendation from the data protection agency
>>> it seems that German ISPs offering IPv6 to residential customers (or in
>>> the process to), have included such recommendation in their plans. I've
>>> seen this already in a couple of ISPs presentations, including DT.
>> .. and all of this has nothing whatsoever to do with ISPs offering
>> the same service (essentially) to businesses at 5x the price, with
>> a static prefix. No social engineering going on at all, nothing to see
>> here, move along.
>> regards,
>> 	spz
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