On Sat, 19 Apr 2003, Bill Manning wrote:
we now have special blocks of IPv6 space that are not
supposed to be aggregated for things like exchanges.
massive aggregation is expected, except for these "special
prefixes". One more administrative thing to track. :(
Please stop this. There is nothing of the kind. The prefixes are not
special. They are not expected to be routable, so there are no additional
administrative things to track.
Addressing for exchanges killed the need to using LL's with BGP, as simple
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