A Scalable Addressing Allocation Architecture for IPv6

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Authors Marla Azinger  , Tony Li  , Jason Weil 
Last updated 2010-10-18
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This document presents a scalable architecture for assigning and aggregating IPv6 address space. The current IPv4 assignment and addressing architecture has been successful in helping to scale the IPv4 routing architecture. This same architecture, when carried forward to IPv6, will help to ensure that the IPv6 routing architecture is sustainable.


Marla Azinger (marla.azinger@frontiercorp.com)
Tony Li (tony.li@tony.li)
Jason Weil (jason.weil@cox.com)

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