[ppml] Buying time...
raul at lacnic.net
Tue Apr 24 16:02:54 EDT 2007
I think that the situation is a bit more
complicated that what I can understand from your comments.
I agree regarding IPv6 is the solution, but IPv6
will not be widely adopted only because we think that would be the solution.
So, we will have to deal with IPv4 still for some
more time. And we have to work in ensuring the
same possibilities of access to IPv4 resources to everybody around the world.
IMHO we have to work in making IPv6 more feasible
bat also in paralel we have to work in optimizing
the usage of IPv4. It can be done in a "non very
painful" way. I guess that nobody can obstract
Intenet development. Concluding, "buying time"
could be benefitial for the community, and it is enough for me.
At 03:45 p.m. 24/04/2007, Bill Woodcock wrote:
> > The discussion about 'buying time' to prepare for IPv6 is just
> > a stalling tactic that will only make the
> eventual effort that much more
> > painful. It is absolutely understandable
> that people want to have more time
> > to prepare, but to do that they should have started earlier. Making the
> > current processes more painful for new
> comers just so the lethargic can feel
> > better is not 'stewardship'.
>Agreed. ARIN just isn't in a position to save people from themselves.
>We're running out of v4. The solution to that is v6. If people want to
>avail themselves of the solution, it's there. We can't force them, and
>it's twenty years too late to come up with a different solution.
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