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Question on Ipv6 address

I don't mean to hijack the thread so if someone wants to open a new one
that?s cool.  But my question is what dial-up hardware supports v6? I am
*assuming* Cisco does.


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-----Original Message-----
From: Joe <sj_hznm at hotmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 11:39 AM
To: NANOG <nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Question on Ipv6 address

>I'm new to Ipv6 and trying to understanding something about IPv6 in
>service provider network.
>I've got the following questions , could anybody do some helps?
>1. In a dial-up network (Q-in-Q for each customer who dials in )
>Should each customer be assigned to ipv6 subnet prefix like /64 unique
>universily?  I've read   a rfc which stated point-to-point like should be
>assigned /64. But to my understanding, in dial-up   network , each user
>should only needed to be assigned a single ipv4 address, with wich
>customer   could used in his PC or his home router.
>2. In dial-up network,  could each vlan's ipv6 link-id  be planned with
>its vlan number?     if so,  IP v6 address confliction could be avoided
>when  BAS is assigned a /64 or longer prefix.
>3. we are testing some BAS with IPv6 accessing, in radius accouting
>packets, there is     IP-v6-prefix, Ip-v6-link-id,
>Ip-v6-delegated-prefix.    how could dial-up PC's  IPv6    address be
>calculated with above information?
>4. should it be necessary to plan  different
>IP-v6-prefix(IP-v6-delegated-prefix) for each dial-up customers  in BAS?
>5. How could delegated IPv6 prefix be used in service provider's network?
>is this useful in dial-up access network?
>each word will be highly appreciated.