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ghs:services:network [2014/02/15 21:37]
raccoon
ghs:services:network [2014/09/02 20:24] (current)
agge [IPv4 Addressing]
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 | 60      | Guest Cable         | Wired LAN used in the connected outlets expect Hackerspace ones | | 60      | Guest Cable         | Wired LAN used in the connected outlets expect Hackerspace ones |
 | 70      | Guest Wifi          | WLAN for Guests coming to the local | | 70      | Guest Wifi          | WLAN for Guests coming to the local |
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 ===== IPv4 Addressing ===== ===== IPv4 Addressing =====
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 | 10.10.0.5 | Access Point 3 | In the Conference Room | | 10.10.0.5 | Access Point 3 | In the Conference Room |
  
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 +===== Reserved IPS =====
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 +| 10.40.0.230 ​  | Axel's Debian test 1 |
 +| 10.40.0.231 ​  | Axel's Debian test 1 |
 ===== IPV6 Addressing ===== ===== IPV6 Addressing =====
 We are using Hurricane Electric'​s IPv6 tunnels to provide IPv6 addresses on our network. The subnetwork assignments are as follows: We are using Hurricane Electric'​s IPv6 tunnels to provide IPv6 addresses on our network. The subnetwork assignments are as follows:
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 | 2001:​470:​dc07::/​48 | VLAN Assignments (see below) | | 2001:​470:​dc07::/​48 | VLAN Assignments (see below) |
  
-The mapping of the /48 to VLANs is similar to the one done with the 10.0.0.0/8 network. The next 16 bits are assigned to the VLAN number written directly in hexadecimal.+The mapping of the /48 to VLANs is similar to the one done with the 10.0.0.0/8 network. The next 16 bits are assigned to the VLAN number written directly in decimalFor example the hackerspace IPv6 network is 2001:​470:​dc07:​40::/​64
  
 The mapping of devices is similar to the one done with IPv4, the DHCP addresses and SLAAC addresses are given from the corresponding pool (::​1:​0-::​1:​ffff for DHCPv6). The ::1 and ::ff networks are reserved for static assignments on the 10.x.255.y and 10.x.0.y parts of the network. But with the last octet expressed in decimal to simplify the reading. The mapping of devices is similar to the one done with IPv4, the DHCP addresses and SLAAC addresses are given from the corresponding pool (::​1:​0-::​1:​ffff for DHCPv6). The ::1 and ::ff networks are reserved for static assignments on the 10.x.255.y and 10.x.0.y parts of the network. But with the last octet expressed in decimal to simplify the reading.
ghs/services/network.txt · Last modified: 2014/09/02 20:24 by agge