Learn more about organizing IPv6 address spaces in IPAM
IPAM provides the ability to add IPv6 Sites and Subnets for planning purposes. IPv6 addresses can then be grouped to assist with network organization. To leverage the amount of addresses available, as well as the organizational features inherent with the implementation, you should create a logical address plan.
For example, you could designate two nibbles (a nibble is 4 bits or 1 hex character) for your country code. This will give you 2^8, or 256, possibilities for unique countries. Next, designate another nibble for state or location. Finally, designate bits for site, building, and floor.
Create an IPv6 Global site called SolarWinds v6 Lab.
Then add Sites,
Then add a building and floors.