[ppml] Policy Proposal: IPv6 Assignment Guidelines - version 3
packetgrrl at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 18:54:49 EDT 2007
I disagree. We know that at some point someone will need a subsequent
allocation. It may be sooner than we think. Since we know it's going to
happen we need to have a policy for it. Further we should try to have the
best policies we can regardless of how many allocations are currently being
On 8/23/07, michael.dillon at bt.com <michael.dillon at bt.com> wrote:
> > Delete the text in 220.127.116.11 and Replace the text in section
> > 18.104.22.168 with the following text:
> > Assignments by LIRs /48 or smaller will not be reviewed by ARIN.
> > Assignments greater than /48 will be reviewed to see if the
> > additional space is warranted according to the 0.94 HD ratio
> > policy. If the space is not warranted, ARIN will consider
> > the excess space to be available for a different assignment,
> > lowering the overall utilization score of the LIR.
> This seems to apply to second and subsequent allocations but the
> language does not clearly tie it into section 6.5.2.
> And anyhow, it could be years before there is any significant volume of
> requests for second allocations. Why do we need to waste time on this
> problem now? For this reason, I am opposed to this policy. Whether
> current policy is right or wrong is irrelevant, since the magnitude of
> the wrongness is limited to a minor squeak due to the small number of
> IPv6 LIR allocations.
> If a few dozen LIRs come back in the next two years and ask for a second
> /32 and ARIN rubberstamps the requests, it will do no harm to anyone,
> even if all of those RIRs have recklessly squandered their first
> --Michael Dillon
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