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Re: Again no multi6 at IETF#56
On Friday, March 14, 2003, at 02:35 PM, Masataka Ohta wrote:
True, however at least two of the three are quite active in IPv6
related issues within the IETF and I think it safe to assume technical
concerns from the IETF (and elsewhere) were taken into account during
the development of the current v6 policies.
Perhaps, say, Thomas Narten, Takeshi Arano, or David Kessens could
with ARIN and the other RIRs to come up with IPv6 policies?
None of them is IETF.
Yes. However, the RIRs have come under significant criticism in the
past for being perceived as road blocks to IPv6 allocations and have,
in fact, reduced the requirements for v6 space. Even in this list,
they are criticized for making obtaining address space 'hard'.
IPng WG has no idea on addressing architecture for multihoming.
IPng WG has no idea on how global routing table size should
Seems they are damned if they do and damned if they don't.