Devising an IPv6 address concept is fairly straightforward—if you know how to start and which pitfalls to avoid.
Table of Contents
00:00:50 Fundamental mistakes
00:01:45 Broadcast vs. multicast and oversized subnets
00:04:45 Problems with dual-stacked transitional networks
00:05:50 Criteria for good address and network plans
00:07:00 LIR or PI addresses and per-site address allocations
00:09:21 In-site aggregated routing prefixes
00:10:30 Reserving space for future development
00:10:50 Aligning subnet IDs with 802.1Q VLAN IDs
00:11:30 Special subnet IDs
As I thought—none this time.