said by NetDog:
This is totally the type of innovation I was looking for in that comment..
No, the way you phrased it and stated the obvious ("If not there is no point in asking for anything less then /64") it was clearly a challenge while saying you didn't think there was any reason to request something larger then a /64.
Of course there are multiple VLANs attached to it; I wouldn't be requesting something larger then a /64 otherwise. All the PCs and tablets are on one, a "guest" network is another, there are 4 or 5 VoIP phones and an Asterisk box on yet another, a locked down network that's only used for cleaning viruses, and while it's not really used any more, yet another is set up that had a couple file servers/NAS boxes on it.
Yes I'm aware that's only 5, and yes I'm aware that a /60 can be broken into 16 subnets, but there's no reason to be stingy with v6 addresses like there is with v4's and I like having elbow room to handle whatever tomorrow throws at me. I prefer to configure stuff once and not look at it again for quite a long time
I considered the VPN angle, but for my needs there's no reason to have an internet routable address assigned to that interface.