[ppml] Policy without consensus?

Bill Woodcock woody at pch.net
Mon Jan 23 20:01:59 EST 2006

    > so do you gentlemen believe that we should allow unlimited allocation of
    > IPv6 PI space to whomever wants to multihome and just consider the
    > possible routing table scaling problems to be something that will be
    > dealt with later?  and you also don't worry about carrying over the "IPv4
    > early adopter bonus" into the brave new IPv6 world?  assuming of course
    > that the policy might have to be more restrictive later?

What am I missing?  What's the point of having IPv6 if people can't 
actually get it and route it?

Nobody's suggesting it be "unlimited."  If it were "unlimited" ARIN 
wouldn't need to be involved.  I just don't see why it's not allocated the 
same way IPv4 is.  It's just integers, not magic.


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