Are we using IPv6 addresses wisely?
I understand IPv6 addresses are effectively much much more than we need, or we can imagine. However, I'm somehow confused the way we are spending them today. It's not uncommon for a server provider to provide tens, hundreds, or even more IPv6 addresses per server. Do we really need that many? Think about the way we use IPv4 addresses, 127.0.0.0 is totally wasted, it's about 16.7 million addresses, also 169.254.x.x. I don't have much knowledge about IPv6, yet. So what I said above might be totally wrong.