Margaret Wasserman wrote:
As you know, I was in favor of setting aside a prefix (FECO::, in fact)
for use as private address space (either on disconnected networks, or
behind NATs), but the consensus of the folks in the IPv6 WG meeting
was to deprecate that prefix altogether. There were several compelling
arguments from operators and others that we don't need a special prefix
for disconnected sites...
Besides, we have three such prefixes, given RFC-1918 and 6to4:
2002:A00::/24, 2002:AC10::/28, and 2002:C0A8::/32.
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