[ppml] New Internet Draft on Unique Local IPv6 Unicast Addresses

Suzanne Woolf Suzanne_Woolf at isc.org
Fri Jan 28 19:24:34 EST 2005

On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 05:51:57PM -0500, Member Services wrote:
> ARIN asks that all those interested in the IPv6 protocol, and specifically
> unique local IPv6 unicast addressing, review the new Internet Draft
> published by the IP Version 6 Working Group Working Group of the IETF.

Please note that this is a revision of one of two drafts presented in
the last ARIN meeting (Reston) about Unique Local Addresses for
IPv6. Reviewing the archive of that presentation is probably useful,

(The second draft discussed in the presentation has expired and no
longer appears in the IETF draft repository. It was previously
referred to as:

The discussion at the meeting and on ppml afterwards about the ULA
draft got....heated. But reservations and objections to proposals in
the IETF tend to be most successful if they are calmly worded, based
on the specific proposal in the draft document, and accompanied by
suggestions as to better solutions.


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