On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 3:13 PM, ARIN <info at arin.net> wrote:
> The IETF Internet-Draft titled "IPv6 Address Assignment to End Sites" is
> in last call on the v6ops mailing list. If you want to participate in
> the last call, please do so on the v6ops list. Abstract and mailing list
> RFC 3177 argued that in IPv6, end sites should be assigned /48 blocks
> in most cases. The Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) adopted that
> recommendation in 2002, but began reconsidering the policy in 2005.
> This document revisits and updates the RFC 3177 recommendations on
> the assignment of IPv6 address space to end sites. The exact choice
> of how much address space to assign end sites is an issue for the
> operational community. The role of the IETF is limited to providing
> guidance on IPv6 architectural and operational considerations. This
> document reviews the architectural and operational considerations of
> end site assignments as well as the motivations behind the original
> 3177 recommendations. Moreover, the document clarifies that a one-
> size-fits-all recommendation of /48 is not nuanced enough for the
> broad range of end sites and is no longer recommended as a single
> This document updates and replaces RFC 3177.
This appears to be:
Is that correct?
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