In what way is this method supplementing Martian addresses? 1.255.255 blah blah, what would the ipv6 equivalent be? I'm using ipv6 ff00::/8 because of some wireless AP's.
The route through the ge-0/0.... ports needs to be strengthened in terms of lateral(all pins) strength. Prefixing seems wrong because prefixing is usually done to augment the device itself. In my case the AP has the martians I'm inquiring about. They are...
Does anyone have any comments on allowing the ipv4 martians. Does the loopback of 127.0.0.1 apply to this?
I'm still not sure from your comments here but I think you have equipment that violates ipv6 RFCs and is actually using ipv6 martian addresses for communication. Thus you need to remove ipv6 addresses from the default martian address lists that prevent routing of those addresses per the expected ipv6 behavior.
If this is correct, the documentation linked above is what you are looking for.