When you become a LIR @ RIPE you will get a /32 IPv6 network allocation. If you ask nicely ( which I did 🙂 ), you will get a /29 IPv6 network allocation.
That is a whole lot of address and it can become somewhat overwhelming by it’s size.
A hierarchical network design includes the following three layers:
- The backbone (core) layer that provides optimal transport between sites
- The distribution layer that provides policy-based connectivity
- The local-access layer that provides workgroup/user access to the network
Changing the Range of Reserved VLANs