In article <c3744c23-3a31-4345-89b6-ed2b19f92...@delong.com> you write: >What can you do with ULA that GUA isn’t suitable for?
I have a home network with two segments, one wired and one wireless. It has IPv6 addresses assigned by my ISP, Spectrum nee TWC, which probably won't change but who knows, they make no promises. I have some servers on my network, like printers, scanners, backup disks, and a phone TA. Getting my own /48 would be absurd. ULAs are just the ticket.