IPv6 Routing and its Relationship to the 64-bit Boundary in the IPv6 Addressing Architecture
draft-farmer-6man-routing-64-02

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Abstract

There is a common misconception that the IPv6 Addressing Architecture requires the use of only /64 subnet prefixes for subnet routing. This document clarifies the characterization of the relationship between IPv6 routing and the 64 bit boundary, which is that of a recommendation for the use of /64 subnet prefixes for subnet routing in most circumstances, not a requirement for such. To further clarify this relationship, the document also provides operational guidance for the configuration of subnet prefixes and updates RFC 4291 accordingly.

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David Farmer (farmer@umn.edu)

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