I need to know if the address in the range 0::/96 can be actually assigned in IPv6 or not.
I've found the reference on IANA that IANA can't assign that range (actually 0::/8 range) but I can't find it as being an actually "reserved" range.
The LIR should also plan to announce the allocation as a single aggregated block in the inter-domain routing system within twelve months.
Other text to be deleted from afpol-v6200407-000: 5.4.2.
Summary of Proposal: Policy Document to be Affected: afpol-v6200407-000 This policy modification is intended to provide a solution for the lengthy discussions that have taken place in the different regions regarding existing IPv6 Policies.
It also takes account of the changes that have already taken place in other Regional Internet Registry (RIR) service regions.
My issue is that I'm converting IP Addresses from integers on python.
Acknowledgments: I would like to acknowledge all those who have contributed during many years, to the discussion of the modifications to the existing policy suggested by this proposal.
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