[ppml] 2005-1 status
On 02/02/06 at 8:31am -0600, Bill Darte <billd at cait.wustl.edu> wrote:
> 2005-1 expressed a means to accommodate the needs of current users of
> the Internet and doesn't break with the status quo
Yes it does. The most recently presented draft of 2005-1 allows any home
user who can get a /48 from two ISPs to qualify for PI space.
> or break the routing infrastructure.
That remains to be seen.
> I does bring into question whether 'in the longer term', the status quo
> will accommodate those future needs. As you suggest above, there may be
> more than one way to remedy those implications and does not attempt to
> specify any particular remedy.
So why are we specifying PI-for-everyone as the remedy? Why not just give
IPv6 PI space to those who qualify for IPv4 PI space (for now), and wait
until later to give out PI-for-everyone only if necessary?