RE: Continental aggregation?


The following is only an example, for illustrative purposes.


@@@@@@@@@@ IPv8 Registry Revenue Notes @@@@@@@@@@@@

IPv8 addresses are 43 bits. They are 11 (3+8) bits larger than an IPv4 address.
This provides two levels of hierarchy above the IPv4 addresses.

The 3 bit field is called the Galaxy ID.
The 8 bit field is called the Stargate ID.

IPv8 addresses with a 0:0:x.x.x.x format are converted IPv4
addresses. IPv4 packets can be viewed as IPv8 packets
with an implied 0 in the Galaxy and Stargate fields.


  Already you're requiring us to use
  # config t
  ip galazy-subnet-zero
  ip stargate-subnet-zero