[LAC-TF] Fwd: I-D ACTION:draft-huston-ipv6-hd-metric-00.txt
marcelo bagnulo braun
marcelo at it.uc3m.es
Sun Feb 13 08:45:29 BRST 2005
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> Fecha: 11 de febrero de 2005 21:24:15 GMT+01:00
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> Asunto: I-D ACTION:draft-huston-ipv6-hd-metric-00.txt
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> Title : Considerations on the IPv6 Host density Metric
> Author(s) : G. Huston
> Filename : draft-huston-ipv6-hd-metric-00.txt
> Pages : 18
> Date : 2005-2-11
> This memo provides an analysis of the Host Density metric as
> currently used to guide registry allocations of IPv6 unicast address
> blocks. This document contrasts the address efficiency as currently
> adopted in the allocation of IPv4 network addresses and that used by
> the IPv6 protocol. It is noted that for large allocations there are
> very significant variations in the target efficiency metric between
> the two approaches. The memo notes that the IPv6 address assignment
> efficiency metric would benefit from a detailed technical review,
> particularly relating to large scale deployments of public
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