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Re: New IANA allocations to RIPE NCC
- From: Iljitsch van Beijnum
- Date: Fri May 07 18:42:15 2004
On 8-mei-04, at 1:18, william(at)elan.net wrote:
The RIPE NCC gives out /32s to ISPs, but they actually reserve a /29.
This means they have to get a new /23 for every 64 ISPs that request v6
space. I imagine this gets old fast after a while. :-)
Why so many ip6 blocks at once?
What I don't get is that they made it 16 /23s rather than one /19. (And
staying on 4 bit boundaries would also seem like a slightly more
Not 20 times obviously... But the ARIN region does very little v6,
while in Europe there are many more small ISPs than in Asia, which
leads to a larger number of assignments/allocations.
but is ripe really using ip6 20 times more then rest of the world?