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>     I [Dino] say there are four.
>     - Use static routing. Build a backbone of nodes so most connected (tail)
>       sites use prefix 0/0 to get to the backbone. Their tunnel endpoint
>       routers are configured with a /64 for the site (and other sites they
>       connect). The backbone routers pass around /32 (routes on AS numbers
>       only).

That's exactly what FNAL is doing, with ESNET as the provider, with
the modification that since I'm using a /16 IPv4 address in my
RFC1897 template, I have a /48 IPv6 prefix.

And note that I did indeed select 0::/0 as my default route to the
provider, rather than 5f00::/8.