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Routing of 2002::/16

>>>>> "Nathan" == Nathan Lutchansky <[email protected]> writes:
    Nathan> On Mon, Dec 10, 2001 at 07:51:27PM -0700, Michael Richardson wrote:
    >> I'm not entirely clear why an ISP that had, for instance,
    >> couldn't advertise a gateway to 2002:d197:0000::/35 to its v6 peers.

    Nathan> Because everyone would simply map their IPv4 tables into their IPv6 
    Nathan> tables, effectively bootstrapping the IPv6 DFZ with thousands of entries.  
    Nathan> That's one thing we're trying to get away from with IPv6.

  Yes, I agree that the DFZ should filter out longer prefixes for this reason.
  I should have said *v6-only* peers.

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