[arin-ppml] Opposed to 2010-9 and 2010-12
Mark Andrews wrote:
> There is a increadable amount of bad information being spouted here.
> To deploy 6rd in parallel with a native deployment you roughly need
> double the IPv6 address space of a straight native deployment.
Thanks for the clarification that it is possible to deploy 6rd space
prudently. If I understand you correctly, at a minimum, you need a
enough bits to differentiate between all relevant IPv4 pools + the
number of bits in the largest of these pools.
However, draft policy does seem to leave the door open to much more
Would we all be comfortable with the suggestion that any policy enabling
allocations for 6rd transition space have as an upper bound double the
address space of a straight native deployment?
And if a specific prefix were to be set aside for this, how large would
it need to be in order to enable all who would likely need or want to
deploy resources under this policy to do so?