[ppml] 2005-1 status
dgolding at burtongroup.com
Mon Jan 23 15:31:16 EST 2006
This seems the only reasonable IPv6 allocation policy, and the one most
likely to get a reasonable amount of support. Especially if part of your
goal is to popularize IPv6.
- Daniel Golding
On 1/23/06 10:54 AM, "Kevin Loch" <kloch at hotnic.net> wrote:
> 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 least
> one /48 assigned to you by an upstream visible in whois/rwhois.
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