[ppml] 2005-1 status
kloch at hotnic.net
Mon Jan 30 16:53:10 EST 2006
Owen DeLong wrote:
>> The main intent was to not require someone to actually request IPv4
>> if they qualify for it. It was not my intent that micro-allocations
>> would qualify though it appears that they would as currently written.
> If /22 is under 2002-3 is considered microallocation, then, I believe
> such organizations should absolutely qualify. If we're talking about
> some other microallocation policy, then, we should be careful about
> how we word any changes.
By micro-allocations I was referring to allocations made under
section 4.4, which already have a corresponding IPv6 policy
in section 6.10. /22,/21,/20 are not referred to as "micro"
in the NRPM and were absolutely intended to be included.
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