[ppml] tying back to 2005-1

Edward Lewis Ed.Lewis at neustar.biz
Fri May 20 13:56:18 EDT 2005

I'm assuming that the mega-thread "IPv6>>32" and it's threadlets are 
related to the proposed policy 2005-1.

I have a few questions in that context.

Is the policy's reference to "minimum size" saying that the 
allocation is to be a prefix of /48?

"If the organization grows to require more space" - does this mean 
that the organization has hit the HD ratio limit?  Does the 
organization have to register all of it's used addresses (SWIP?) to 
indicate this?

Will such address allocations be "non-aggregatable?"  Is the intent 
to allocate these addresses from one segment of address space range 
because of that?
Edward Lewis                                                +1-571-434-5468

If you knew what I was thinking, you'd understand what I was saying.

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