RE: Good quotes on importance of good network addressing

> Not sure how applicable it may be, but the OpenBSD FAQ has referenced


> at least 2.7) a paper called "Understanding IP Addressing" that I found

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> pretty useful.


It seems quite old and not very practical :

* it never mentions RFC 1219,
* it mentions IPv6 in a few words, without any practical considerations,
* it explains the old classfull addressing first, instead of talking CIDR
right from the beginning.

have a look at Designing Addressing Architectures for Routing and Switching
by Howard Berkowitz. You'll find analogies between IP addressing and the
Ming dynasty.