From: Michael Dillon (no email)
Date: Mon Oct 05 2009 - 13:07:53 EDT
> more-or-less. Can I suggest you read:
> Think of ipv6 not as 128 bits of address space, but more as a addressing
> system with a globally unique host part and 2^64 possible subnets. In this
> respect it's substantially different to ipv4.
And after reading Wikipedia, follow it up with ARIN's
http://www.getipv6.info wiki site.