Brian reminded me of your Last Call comment, which I saw and then
overlooked. I think I meant to say "No experimental addresses are
assigned", where you took exception to saying "...defined".
Do you find the following text sensible?
3.4.1. IPv6 Unicast Addresses
[RFC2928] defines a set of IPv6 addresses for testing and
The block of Sub-TLA IDs assigned to the IANA (i.e., 2001:
0000::/29 - 2001:01F8::/29) is for assignment for testing and
experimental usage to support activities such as the 6bone, and
for new approaches like exchanges.
However, at this writing, there are no RFC3692-style experimental
IPv6 addresses assigned. [I-D.huston-ipv6-iana-specials] creates an
IANA registry which may in the future contain such assignments. For
certain experiments, Unique Local Addresses [RFC4193] may be useful.
It is not appropriate to use addresses in the documentation prefix
[RFC3849] for experimentation.
I don't feel comfortable asking for a unicast address range since I don't
think the 3692 rules are clear enough for unicast addresses (like, who gets
to advertise them?) so I'd rather just refer to the two relevant documents.
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