Subject: Re: ipv6 over PPP
To: Robert Elz , Greg Troxel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Vincent Jardin <email@example.com>
Date: 09/25/2003 22:25:54
I am used to deploy ADSL PPPv6v4 test-bed with 6WIND routers
(http://www.6wind.com). Maybe my experience could help you.
> The question is how I get the address(es) for the ethernet(s) without
> manually configuring them, because they're really not going to be stable.
The best way is to use a Prefix Delegation architecture. It is based on
DHCPv6. Your PPP peer (the BAS) provides you a /48 (or /56) with DHCPv6 over
your PPPv6 session.
Then, the PD client (the DHCPv6 client) of your CPE sets some /64 prefixes on
each local ethernet interfaces. These prefixes are advertised by the CPE that
sends RA for the /64 prefixes that have been set by DHCPv6 on your local