% > Root nameservers are a very different story of course...
% A /32 contains 65k /48's, so these IX blocks could provide for
% enough /48's for 65k IX's, thus unless that switch at the back
% of my desk, which connects 'neighbours' too is to be called an
% IX, because they have a linux router and me too and they speak
% BGP is going to be called an IX it shouldn't be a problem if
% the same block is used for 26? and maybe 3 tld servers per country.
% At least everybody will know that that /32 will have more specifics.
2001:0478:: was delegated expressly for IX and core infrastructure.
Thats where at least one of the IPv6 prefixes for root-servers
exists. Two are from ARIN micro-allocations and there is a
/32 for another server.
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