Is a /48 still the smallest thing you can route independently?

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> A /48 is 65536 /64s and a /44 is 16x65536 /64s. If you
> only need one subnet (1 subnet = 1 /64), why would you
> try to get 16x65536 subnets, rather than the 65536 you
> have in the /48?

He said it was for multiple sites.

Note to self: focus on the outage and don't respond to NANOG
while troubleshooting. :wink:


Sometimes a brief distraction can be therapeutic when under pressure :wink: