Do any router has it's own IPv6 subnet? Or do the IPv6 comes from the cabel modem?
I have enabled my modem to IPv6 and also did the same in my router (Asus RT- N66U)
In the router I get a IPv6/48 subnet.
Is this subnet the same on every router or is it just my router that has that subnet?
The reason I ask, is because I have some RDC servers around the world, and I restrict the IPs that can connect to the RDC. It would be great to give the whole subnet access, so I don't have to put in every IPv6 from every computer that going to have access.
But it's not a so good idea, if every router get the same subnet. Then everybody with that router (or modem) can get access to my servers (of course, they need to know the IP, and username and password), but still.
I understand that not every computer using the same router gets the same IPv6, I'm talking about the subnet. 2002:xxxx:xxxx::1/48
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