This may seem off topic, but I don’t know if there’s other magic in 6plane…
I have two options I can choose from on a private ZT net for V6:
- Create a routed /80 via 6PLANE
- Just create my own address space (ex: 2002:…)
Ignoring the obvious use of 2002 as opposed ot FDxx (we’re using a lot of FDxx and this will never touch the Internet), do they amount to the same thing i.e. can I:
- Just use the self-assigned range telling nodes that they have a /80 at …::
- Or is there some sort of internal magic that ZT uses for routing so I must use fdxx:: to make it work.
Other than asthetics, is there one reason to use one over the other. A self-assigned block (No slack), lets me have far more itnernal networks, and I can assign someone a /80, but if some other magic is going on to do routing of /80s, then routable /80s on FDxx: it is.