This documentation is preliminary and is likely to change before becoming final. Do not implement to it yet. Check for the next update by February 2012.
The State of Minnesota has the IPv6 address block 2607:f830/32. This means that all IPv6 addresses assigned by MN.IT will fall within that network block.
The State, working in conjunction with MnSCU, has developed an allocation strategy for use with that address space. The key elements of the strategy are:
[*] Well, they are part of our address space and hence technically routed. However, filters at the Internet connections prevent traffic to or from addresses in the second block from being passed.
MnSCU's strategy is the same, but allocates addresses from a separate address block.