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IPv6 on AAISP Broadband
This is how we route and assign IPv6 on DSL connections.
Customers are allocated a /48 block of addresses - this is usually per customer, and so a customer with multiple circuits or sites will have a /64 allocated from the larger /48 block. A /48 contains 65536 /64's and a /64 subnet is 18 million trillion addresses.
(Here, CPE refers to the router belonging to the customer which is being used at their end of the broadband line.)

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