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Re: Again no multi6 at IETF#56
I think the answer is that the RIRs can do allocations based on the
technical requirements given to them by the IETF.
Hmm. This depends on what you mean. Policy is today decided by the
membership of the RIRs. I think that RIRs should do allocations
according to the policy set by the RIRs members. The IETF should set
technical standards for the protocols using those addresses or making
up those addresses. If those protocols require limitations in policy,
that should be declared in the protocol specification. I think you will
find it hard to get the RIR membership to agree on having policy set
outside the RIR membership.
If you want to influence the allocation policy, go the RIRs meetings.
- kurtis -