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Here's the second part of a four-part blog on creating an IPv6 addressing plan. Today, we'll discuss assigning subnets and addresses within a site and getting IPv6 addresses.
Assigning Subnets and Addresses within a Site
The standard single site allocation is a /48 (the maximum number of bits allowed for a prefix that ISPs will accept and re-advertise). The subnet ID portion of the prefix allows for subnet assignments within a given site.
Here’s the fourth and final entry of Cisco Press author and chair of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force Scott Hogg’s multi-part blog on IPv6 addressing. This week: dealing with IPv6 privacy addressing.
We hope these particular blog entries have been helpful. Please check back soon for additional technical blog posts on IPv6 adoption. Also, be sure to check out the Infoblox IPv6 CoE page for more IPv6 adoption resources.