[ppml] 2005-1 status
owen at delong.com
Mon Jan 23 15:25:18 EST 2006
Why don't you, Lea, and I take this off line and decide
what to present back to the group. I apologize for not having
followed up in a more timely manner after the last meeting.
On Jan 23, 2006, at 7:54 AM, Kevin Loch wrote:
> Marshall Eubanks wrote:
>> When last I saw it, 2005-1 was to be reformatted to something more
>> its original version.
> These were my suggestions using feedback from the last meeting:
> To qualify for a minimum end site assignment of /44 you must either:
> - have an allocation or assignment directly from ARIN (and not a
> legacy allocation or assignment)
> - meet the qualifications for an IPv4 assignment from ARIN without
> actually requesting one.
> - be currently connected to two or more IPv6 providers with at
> one /48 assigned to you by an upstream visible in whois/rwhois.
> Assignment prefixes shorter than the minimum would be based
> on some metric and definition of "sites".
> One practical way to look at sites is by number of connections to
> separate upstream provider POPs.
> | Connections | Assignment |
> | <12 | /44 |
> | <=192 | /40 |
> | <=3072 | /36 |
> | >3072 | /32 |
> (C=0.75 * 2^(48-A))
> Or if /56 becomes the new default PA assignment shift the assignment
> sizes right 4 bits.
>> Can someone tell me what the status of 2005-1 is currently ?
> As far as I know it hasn't changed since the last meeting. Obviously
> it should be updated one way or another. I would gladly write up a
> formal revision or new proposal if requested.
> - Kevin
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