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Re: [ppml] PI addressing in IPv6 advances in ARIN
On 14-apr-2006, at 13:39, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ wrote:
my proposal is ensuring that we
have those 4 years+3 for allowing the people either to return the
become an LIR and avoid renumbering an any changes in their network.
I don't see the logic of an end-user organization becoming a LIR in
the sense that they give out address space to other end-user
organizations. And even if they did, a /48 or even a reserved /44
(why not give them the /44 right away then, at least that saves us
from accepting /48s which is dangerous because of potentially
deaggregated /32s and we have IPv6 addresses aplenty) isn't big
enough to be a LIR without obtaining a new address block.
By the way, it may happen, and I'm hoping so, that the technical
don't make necessary to return the PI block anymore, and in that
will be even able to remove at that time the "temporarily" point in
policy (if it becomes accepted).
If the PI blocks are given out according to a geographic addressing
plan we leave the door open for geographic aggregation in the future.
I know few people believe in this today but if we're going to have PI
anyway, giving out those prefixes geographically doesn't do any harm
but it allows for future developments.