[ppml] Policy Proposal: Global Policy for the Allocationof theRemaining IPv4 Address Space
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Tue Jul 24 13:41:23 EDT 2007
May be I was too strong ... I agree, discussions are always useful. However
I believe is much more productive using more time in moving to IPv6 instead
of using that time in pushing for a global policy when has become evident
(from previous comments in this list) that at least in this region is
difficult to see it progressing. Of course, this is only my very personal
And yes, I've very "actively" aware of the IPv6 efforts in LAC, and somehow
agree that you can do both things, but I still thing is a wrong approach to
believe that to deploy IPv6 you need to make sure that you have more
(public) IPv4, and this is not just my personal opinion, but a technical,
practical and objective view.
> De: Raul Echeberria <raul at lacnic.net>
> Responder a: <ppml-bounces at arin.net>
> Fecha: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 12:48:04 -0300
> Para: <ppml at arin.net>
> Asunto: Re: [ppml] Policy Proposal: Global Policy for the Allocationof
> theRemaining IPv4 Address Space
> At 08:20 p.m. 23/07/2007, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ wrote:
>> 4) Last, but not least, I'm against policies that try to change the natural
>> trends of existing allocations. They don't make sense. Time is short and we
>> should, instead of wasting time, use ALL those extra time-slices that each
>> one of us has, in moving to IPv6.
> I think that discussing in our forums is never
> wasting time and I also think that a global
> policy proposal that has been approved in one
> region deserves that we spend some time in discussing it.
> Beside that I don't think that there is a
> contradiction between working on IPv6 adoption
> and discussing about IPv4 exhaustion policies.
> You are aware of the efforts that are being made
> in LAC region regarding IPv6 and it has no
> relation with the discussion of this proposal.
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