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

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Thu Apr 28 16:57:34 EDT 2005


> In the end, I think that strict geographic allocations which
> follow the topology of the network, are the only workable solution.

Except that the topology of the network does not follow strict geographic
lines.


> Since we do have the space available to do geographic addressing
> by using another 1/8th of the IPv6 address space, why are we not
> seriously pursuing this avenue? I know that geopolitical addressing
> is sexier, i.e. the same old, same old, but if we had some serious
> work being done on geographical addressing that would be sufficient
> to push the geopolitical ideas to the bottom of the agenda.
> 
Because there apparently aren't enough people who are convinced that
this model reflects reality.


Owen


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