Ed Horley from Howfunky.com comments:
I am often asked interesting questions by fellow IT professionals about IPv6. Some are worthy of a blog post or two so here it is. The subject of IPv6 Unique Local Address or ULA (which is one of the unicast IPv6 address types) seems to be getting more attention now that IT professionals are actually looking at how to deploy IPv6. I thought I would share some brief information about ULA and follow up with my thoughts about it.
Ed brings up one of the more unneeded constructs in IPv6 and dissects it appropriately. Just because we’ve had things a certain way for the last ten years doesn’t mean we need to go and repeat those same mistakes again. Learn from the past or be mired in it in the future.
Read more at: IPv6 Unique Local Address or ULA – what are they and why you shouldn’t use them
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