[ppml] 2005-1:Multi-national Business Enablement

David Conrad david.conrad at nominum.com
Mon Apr 25 20:28:46 EDT 2005

On Apr 25, 2005, at 3:29 PM, Daniel Roesen wrote:
>> That allows customers to put as many hosts as they want on the
>> "bare" connection, and any who want their own subnet(s) can be issued
>> a /64 or /48 of their own
> And then charged additional install and monthly fee? Cool. We want to
> get rid of this as much as possible. Artificial scarcity sucks. In 
> IPv4,
> there is the perceived scarcity excuse for ISPs. Don't recreate that in
> IPv6, thanks.
> The mantra is "/48, no questions asked, and by default".

In the past, when ideology and mantras ran up against business models 
and operational requirements, ideology and mantras, particularly those 
that can be argued to have been chosen arbitrarily, have generally 

But maybe that's just my experiences.


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