I'm probably asking this the wrong way, but here it is; I have a /48 block with static addresses for every device on the network. Everything is routed, no NAT, no tricks.
My question is: on a mobile device like a cellphone or tablet, what if I wanted to keep my internal--which is actually a global--address outside the bounds of my upstream router?
Without tunneling, is there a way to dynamically recreate routes after each cell/wirelessAP attached to a network to which my device comes in contact?
I'd love to check for myself but both of the carriers I have service with lack IPv6 support, so I do tunnel in.