Policy Proposal 2001-3
> ARIN welcomes feedback and discussion about the following policy
> proposal in the weeks leading to the ARIN Public Policy and Members
> meetings in Miami, scheduled for October 28 - 31, 2001. All feedback
> received on the mailing lists about this policy proposal will be
> included in the discussions that will take place in Miami.
> Proposal: Extend the existing IPv4 micro-allocation policy for
> exchange points, gTLDs, ccTLDs, RIRs, and ICANN to
> include IPv6 micro-allocations. ARIN's current IPv4
> micro-allocation policy is documented at:
as, imiho, all this stuff except for IXen is absolutely useless, i see no
need to extend it to v6.
the dns protocols provide the redundancy to handle the dns servers as well
as a 'golden' space. if you think otherwise, please describe your failure
why the heck do rirs need special address space? they can justify it like
the rest of us. eat your own dog food.
and why does icann need any address space at all? after all, they have usa
but i do see micro-allocations for ixen as very useful.