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The bad idea fairy
> > I don't think you meant to announce these to me. I'll filter the defaults on
> > my end:
> While thats fine, its not clear to me why we are labeling these
> prefixes "bad"/"martian" up front.
> Why are IPv4 mapped addresses "bad"? The current answer is that
> they are "confusing". Not good enough by me.
> The other, larger question is, do the cidr rules apply across the
> whole IPv6 address? If so, why?
> I'll note that in the IPv4
> world, I can aggregate across the whole address range and even
> announce it (or large chucks thereof) (see the 1/4 default that
> sprint was running for a brief period... 192/3)
> Then there is the subordinate query about the IPv6 equivalents of
> /31 and /32 announcements. Yes, host routes are pathological.
> Why can't ciscos generate a true /128 announcement?