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Understanding IPv6 Prefix Delegation
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Lets say we are an customer to an ISP.
We need a block of addresses to allocate within our internal
network.
We do not need a single address.
This is where prefix delegation comes in


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Say an ISP has this IPv6 address 2001:1111/32
He wants to delegate 48 blocks out this /32
He wants to delegate 2001:1111:0000/48 to 2001:1111:FFFF/48
So he can delegate prefixes 2001:1111:0000 to 2001:1111:FFFF
The number of prefixes he can delegate is 65536


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The customer1 gets 2001:1111:0000/48 from ISP
Suppose he wants to use /64 in his network
That is 2001:1111:0000/48 delegated by the ISP
Now he will use the next hextet for subnets
2001:1111:0000:0000 to 2001:1111:0000:FFFF is the number of
subnets he can use in his network i.e 65536 subnets
The hosts will get address by SLAAC
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Configure the link between ISP and its customers
Create a local pool on ISP
Create a DHCP pool on ISP which will use the pool for prefix
delegation
Create a dhcp client on customer router to use Prefix delegation
Delegate the prefix to the internal interfaces of the customer
routers
The end devices should get addresses using IPv6 autoconfig

Thank you.