[ppml] 2005-1:Business Need for PI Assignments

Lea Roberts lea.roberts at stanford.edu
Wed Apr 20 14:20:30 EDT 2005

Ben -

thanks for your comments and for your presence at our meeting.
I think many of us in the community heard your message loud and
clear.  I hope you have subscribed to PPML and will continue
to participate in the evolution of 2005-1.		/Lea

On Wed, 20 Apr 2005, Benjamin Crawford wrote:

> It is extremely important to realize that
> organizations, with responsibilities to their
> customers and shareholders, will not be willing to
> move forward with IPv6 if their v6 allocations will be
> tied in to a specific service provider.  This point
> was made by several representatives at the PPM in
> Orlando and needs to be given strong consideration.
> IPv6 acceptance will continue to be prolonged until a
> time that a policy or technology is put in to place
> that will not bind an organization to a service
> provider due to an IPv6 allocation.  At this time, the
> policy should be supported to help get v6 off of the
> shelf and accepted by many of the businesses out there
> who are starting to look at this new protocol.   -Ben Crawford
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