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Addresses to be used during IPv6 tests and in particular in 6bone (see also 12 and Appendix C, Section C6) are described in the RFC 1887 4 of which this appendix contains the most significant part
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The address format for the IPv6 test address is consistent with the provider-based unicast address allocation which is as follows:
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| 3 | 5 bits | 16 bits | 8 | 24 bits | 8 | 64 bits | +---+-----------+----------+---+-------------+---+-----------------+ |010|RegistryID|ProviderID|RES|SubscriberID|RES|Intra-Subscriber| +---+----------+----------+---+------------+---+----------------+
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The specific allocation of each field of the test address format is as follows:
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| 3 | 5 bits | 16 bits | 8 | 24 bits | 8 | 16 bits|48 bits| +---+-----------+----------+---+-------------+---+--------+-------+ | | |Autonomous| | IPv4 | | Subnet | Intf | |010| 11111 | System |RES| Network |RES| | | | | | Number | | Address | | Address| ID | +---+-----------+----------+---+-------------+---+--------+-------+
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where: 010 This is the Format Prefix used to identify provider-based unicast addresses 11111 This is a Registry ID reserved by the IANA The initial use of addresses in this Registry ID for IPv6 testing is temporary All users of these addresses will be required to renumber at some time in the future Autonomous System Number This is the current autonomous system number assigned to the provider providing internet service to an IPv6 testers organization For example for IPv6 testers receiving internet service from BBN Barrnet would use autonomous system number 189 This would be coded in the autonomous system field of the address as follows: 0000 0000 1011 1101 (binary) The values for the autonomous system number of an organization s provider can be obtained from that provider, or can be looked up in the whois database maintained by the internicnet RES This field is reserved and must be set to zero IPv4 Network Address This is based on the current IPv4 routable address for the subscriber which the interface is connected It is formed by taking the high order 24 bits of the IPv4 address For example for an IPv4 address (in IPv4 syntax): IPv4 Address 3911221 the value to put in this field of IPv6 address is: IPv4 Format 391122 Hex 270B16
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This technique for generating values for this field only works for subscribers which have IPv4 subscriber prefixes less than equal to 24 bits long There may be subscribers using IPv4 addresses with longer subscriber prefixes, but this conflict is expected to be very rare Subscribers with subscriber prefixes larger than 24 bits should use the remaining bits in the IPv4 prefix as the high order bits in the Subnet Address field Subnet Address The Subnet ID identifies a specific physical link on which the interface is located There can be multiple subnets on the same physical link A specific subnet can not span multiple physical links The assignment of values for this field is left to an individual subscriber One possible algorithm to generate values for this field is to use the bits in the IPv4 address which identify the IPv4 subnet Interface ID This is the unique identifier of the interface on the link, usually the 48-bit IEEE 802 MAC address of the interface if available
The following registration form to 6bone contains an example of the application of the techniques described previously:
site: location: loc-string: prefix: ping: tunnel: tunnel: tunnel: tunnel: contact: status: remark: remark: changed: source: Politecnico di Torino Torino, ITALY 45 03 522n 07 39 432e 250m 5f15:5000::/32 5f15:5000:82c0:0e00:bd:800:2bb5:a7a8 13019226254 2041232236 DIGITAL-CA 13019226254 131175537 CEFRIEL 13019226254 156148324 CRS4 13019226254 1631621777 CSELT silvanogai@politoit operational since 11/1996 OpenBSD/NRL, DEC RouteAbout Access EW/IPv6 locally using Bind 493 rivetti@cspit, spera@cspit 19961220 RIPE
The address 5f15:5000:82c0:0e00:bd:800:2bb5:a7a8 is coded following the rules of RFC 1887 4 and the result is as follows: 5f FP = 010, Registry ID = 11111; 1550 AS = 5456; 00 Reserved; 82c00e IPv4 Network Address = 13019215; 00 Reserved; bd Subnet Address = 189; 800:2bb5:a7a8 MAC Address
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