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IPv6 Renumbering: a Call to Arms

Renumbering an IP network can be a complex process. The most common driver is a change of network provider. With IPv4, Provider Independent addresses are available. With IPv6, current policy means such address space
is not readily available, so sites must use Provider Assigned address prefixes instead. If an IPv6 site wishes to change provider it must renumber to the new ISP prefix. The IETF has documented a general procedure for renumbering an IPv6 network, but operational experience is limited. This paper seeks to highlight this need and solicit discussion and further experimentation.

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