ARIN-PPML Message

[ppml] IPv6 PI Assignment Survey

  -------Original Message-------
>  From: Marshall Eubanks <tme at multicasttech.com>
>  Subject: Re: [ppml] IPv6 PI Assignment Survey
>  Sent: 07 Apr '06 08:34
>  
>  Thanks for doing this.
>  
>  Two places with possible ambiguities :
>  
>  - Questions
>  
>  2. I support an IPv6 PI assignment to any organization which  
>  qualifies for an IPv4 assignment.
>  and
>  3. I support an IPv6 PI policy which requires other criteria. (Other  
>  than any IPv4 assignment)
>  
>  are not mutually exclusive. (For example, I support a IPv6 only  
>  assignment policy for networks
>  without a IPv4 footprint.)
>  
>  So I answered "yes" to both.

I didn't assume they were mutually exclusive so answering, yes to both is perfectly acceptable.  I did that too when I added my opinion.  

>  - Is a minimum assignment the shortest prefix or the smallest block  
>  allowed ?
>  (and the obvious inverse for maximum)
>  
>  I assume smallest block.
>  

That was my assumption too.  Both of the exiting policies assume /48 as the smallest block.




>  On Apr 7, 2006, at 12:20 PM, Andrew Dul wrote:
>  
>  > I'd like to thank Thomas Narten for posting his messages yesterday  
>  > encouraging people to post their comments to PPML.
>  >
>  > I also realize that not everyone can post their comments or wishes  
>  > to send lots of "me too" emails, but may still want to express  
>  > their opinion.
>  >
>  > I've created an online survey where I've attempted to capture the  
>  > questions Thomas posted yesterday in an online form.  I'm hopefully  
>  > that this will help the authors of the two IPv6 PI policies craft  
>  > an IPv6 PI policy which will gain consensus at the upcoming meeting  
>  > in Montreal.
>  >
>  > Please take a minute and go to the following URL to fill out the  
>  > short survey.
>  >
>  > http://www.quark.net/survey/survey.php?sid=28
>  >
>  > This *not* an ARIN sponsored survey, but I will post the results of  
>  > data that is collected to PPML on Monday morning April 10, 2006.
>  >
>  > Thanks for your participation,
>  > Andrew
>  >
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