[ppml] Solicing comments: IPv4 to IPv6 Migration Incentive AddressSpace

Andrew Dul andrew.dul at quark.net
Tue Jun 26 20:37:55 EDT 2007

At 04:03 PM 6/26/2007 -0400, William Herrin wrote:
>Hi Folks,
>I've prepared a policy proposal I hope to submit to ARIN entitled
>"IPv4 to IPv6 Migration Incentive Address Space." Through preemptively
>assigning IPv6 addresses to IPv4 holders, it seeks to address three
>problems ARIN faces:
>1. The looming exhaustion of the IPv4 space.
>2. Obsolete and incorrect legacy IPv4 registration and contact information.
>3. Legacy IPv4 registrants don't pay their fair share.
>The current draft of the proposal is at:

I do not support this policy proposal.  I do not think automatically
assigning address space to existing IPv4 resource holders will actually
create an incentive to use IPv6.  I believe that IPv6 space is available to
existing IPv4 holders under the current policies.


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