[ipv6hackers] IPv6 Addressing Plan Hints?
erey at ernw.de
Fri Jan 10 01:00:12 CET 2014
happy new year!
Incited by your questions I've started to write a 3-part series of blogposts which will cover most of them.
First part to be found here: http://www.insinuator.net/2014/01/ipv6-address-plan-considerations-part-1-general-guidelines/.
@Sander: haven't overlooked your reply. will provide my points once the above is finished (which will elaborate on some points already).
On Tue, Jan 07, 2014 at 04:00:52PM +0100, Johannes Weber wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> our team is currently planning an IPv6 address
> scheme and would like to know if there are any guidelines and best
> practices out there?
> - basic scheme for the subnet IDs, such as
> "site", "security-zone", "actual subnets", ...
> - how do you allocate
> "preserved" bits into the address scheme?
> - does a worldwide company use
> its single prefix and routes it through tunnels to other sites
> (bandwidth, latency, ...) or does it use different prefixes on every
> site? Or does it propagate subsets of its PI-space from different ASs?
> Or from the same AS which is splitted?
> Are there any guidelines for
> handling the host IDs? Such as using a portion of the host ID for the
> "type of machine" such as router, server, firewall, etc.?
> Thanks in
> Johannes Weber
> Mail: johannes at webernetz.net
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