Peterjin.org:IP Addressing Plans
- Main article: Network
- 22.214.171.124/29 - mail servers (actually part of apps-vm6)
- 126.96.36.199 - Email to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- 188.8.131.52/29 - NAT pool for external access
- 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11 - external access delegated subnets (/32 - /28, up to 16 IPs per subdelegation)
- 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124 - reserved for future use
- 126.96.36.199/28 - NAT64 pool (future use)
- 188.8.131.52/28 - apps-vm6 superhost
- For a detailed list of assignments, see List of port assignments used by apps-vm6.
- Note: In all the above delegations, there are no "network" or "broadcast" addresses. All IP numberings begin at the first address (e.g. .0), not .1. See IP Configuration Rant.
- 2602:806:a000::/48 - apps-vm6 static delegation
- 2602:806:a001::/48 - reserved, formerly home network
- 2602:806:a002::/48 - anycast
- 2602:806:a002::123 - NTP service
- 2602:806:a003::/48 - apps-vm5 delegation
- 2602:806:a003:400::/56 - apps-vm5 container delegation
- 2602:806:a003:400::/64 - apps-vm5 internal infrastructure use; subnets smaller than /64 are allocated from here
- 2602:806:a003:400:7f01::/80 - Gitea frontend
- 2602:806:a003:400:7f10::/76 - Socketbox testing
- 2602:806:a003:408::/64 - Node.js testing
- 2602:806:a003:40e::/64 - IPv6 Things / IPv6 Bible
- 2602:806:a003:40f::/64 - Traceroute Text Generator / Traceroute Maker
- 2602:806:a003:4ff::/96 - Container bridge subnet
- 2602:806:a003:4ff::ece:395 - Gitea backend
- 2602:806:a004::/48 - apps-vm9 delegation (announced in BGP but not yet operational)
Each delegation may only have one IPv6 subnet/route, unless the existing allocation needs to be expanded and it would overlap with another delegation.
Please note that traceroutes to 2602:806:a003:40f::/64 may return repeated or alternating addresses. This is completely normal for the operation of Traceroute Text Generator and is NOT a routing loop. See Traceroute Text Generator for more information.
Subdelegations can be given:
- One carrier-grade NAT IPv4 address, optionally up to 16 (a /28 of) IPv4 addresses, plus any port forward rules from the shared NAT range. An additional subnet of up to /24 of carrier-grade NAT addresses can be routed.
- One globally routable IPv6 address, optionally up to a /56 of IPv6 addresses.
- When the NAT64 service becomes operational, IPv4 addresses will likely no longer be needed.
I am legally not allowed to be an Internet Service Provider except for providing service to myself, and even then it's limited to professional work only. I will, however, be able to demonstrate how I would serve a customer as if I were to work at an ISP.
For address-level subdelegation information, see IPAM.
- 410 - 4ff subnets are protected by a firewall. All other subnets (2602:806:a003:400::/60, i.e. 400 - 40f) are unrestricted.
- This subnet is routed in a way (similar to, but not exactly the same as "anycast") such that TCP packets, as well as ICMP packets other than ECHO_REQUEST (needed for Path MTU discovery), are routed to IPv6 Things rather than the Traceroute Text Generator. This allows us to show the "demo" videos on the same IP addresses / domains as the traceroute itself (even on ones [bucket and 12days] where the traceroute would have suggested that the sender's hop limit would have to be increased from the default to view the video), but at the expense of breaking TCP traceroutes.