[ppml] Comments on revised 2005-1 proposal of 2006-02-03
iggy at merit.edu
Thu Feb 9 09:33:44 EST 2006
I wasn't nessasarly endorsing any 'host count' as being the
defining factor. However I do think the main point of contention
is how exactly to determin some size threshold nessasary, and what
to use as a unit of meassure. That's why I personaly like
the idea of using unique street addresss.
One thing I don't like, and I think many others don't like, is the idea
that ARIN would hand out many /48s simply because some orginzations felt
they had to have PI space and/or they are currently multi homed.
Maybe later, after some of the biggest end originzations have gotten PI
space, and we know where we stand in terms of demand and/or needs, we
could possibly later relax the size limits and/or then start to give out
smaller block, etc...
On Thu, 9 Feb 2006, Dan Golding wrote:
> On 2/9/06 8:28 AM, "Glenn Wiltse" <iggy at merit.edu> wrote:
>> In general, I like the direction Thomas is heading in... (giving
>> PI to the largest sites and trying not to give out small blocks simply
>> because someone says they need multi homing, etc...)
>> I would change refferances to 'end site', in favor of the term 'end
>> orginization' (which would imply these cant' be re-assigned to other
>> orginizations, but little else implyed in the meaning)
>> In my mind, the only real sticky point is in deciding what exactly
>> defines a originization as being 'large' enough to get a PI assignment.
>> I do think that a /40 is about the smallest sized block that I would like
>> to see given out as IPv6 PI space at this time. Just how you define who is
>> large enough to justify such a assignment I do not know.
>> I personaly would rather see unique street addresses be considered
>> as justification for space, more so then number of employees... but
>> perhaps either or... or some combination of both, etc...
>> Anyway, I do really think Thomas is on the right track with his
>> most recent comments and/or proposal.
>> Glenn Wiltse
> This is a dead end. The last 2005-1 was defeated at the last ARIN meeting
> specifically because of the 100k host requirement.
> - Daniel Golding
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