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[6bone] prefix allocation statistics
- Subject: [6bone] prefix allocation statistics
- From: jeroen at unfix.org (Jeroen Massar)
- Date: Fri Jan 23 12:50:41 2004
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]orks.com>
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Frank P. Troy wrote:
> Can someone tell me the best method for finding current
> prefix allocation statistics? I've already checked the CIDR and IANA and came
> up blank. I am not looking for who they were specifically assigned to
> (although that would also be nice), just the size and numbers.
See http://www.sixxs.net/tools/grh/ which is linked from the frontpage
of the http://www.6bone.net page. If you 'miss' any stats there don't
hesitate to ask.
> instance how many /32's, /48's, etc, or if any organizations besides the
> registries have received less than /32.
RIR -> LIR allocations are between /27 and /32 (or /35 oldstyle)
LIR -> Endsite is usually a single /48, though if an organisation
can really justify some bigger space they can ofcourse get upto a /40.
I don't think there are bigger endsites than /40's though ;)
If you want to know how many /48's are out there do some whoissing.
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