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[ppml] Version think... was: alternative to 2005-1

Paul,

The latest revision of 2005-1 only gives out IPv6 PI space to orgs who
qualify for IPv4 PI space.  It no longer gives it to anyone who's
multihomed with IPv6.  Do you still think it needs a sunset clause?

-Scott

On 02/13/06 at 3:02pm -0000, Paul Vixie <paul at vix.com> wrote:

> #    Just exactly how does 2005-1 as is currently written limit the total
> # number of allocations and the duration of how long this policy would exist?
>
> i had my proposals mixed up.  this one doesn't have a sunset clause or an
> experimental limit, and needs one.
>
> #    If this is really the case, I might actualy be able to support it
> # myself, but I just don't see it that way right now.
>
> "oops."
>
> re:
>
> # >  2005-1 is experimental, with a limited number of total allocations, and
> # > a sunset clause.
> # >
> # > To that end, I support 2005-1 as written.
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