Re: [homenet] IPv6 Prefix delegation on IETF network, please ?

Juliusz Chroboczek <jch@pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr> Mon, 02 November 2015 18:18 UTC

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Subject: Re: [homenet] IPv6 Prefix delegation on IETF network, please ?
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> could not nicely build out Homenet connection to the Internet because my
> internet provider of choice (IETF ;-) did not offer IPv6 prefix
> delegation on its network.

I know that's not what you're asking about, but still...

The Homenet party line, er, consensus, is that we expect the ISP to allow
a delegation of /60 or shorter.  Both the reference implementation and the
HNCP draft are written with this in mind.  Which is fine.

However, a number of ISPs (including the IETF, it seems) do not allow
prefix delegation.  Do we ignore the problem, or do we modify the
implementation (not the draft, mind you, the draft is fine as it is) to
work around the possible failure of prefix delegation?

In other words -- who volunteers to bully Steven into integrating his
implementation of Proxy-ND with hnetd?

-- Juliusz