[ppml] MX NIR announcement

william(at)elan.net william at elan.net
Tue Jun 26 22:15:51 EDT 2007

On Tue, 26 Jun 2007, Edward Lewis wrote:

> From this:
> http://www.nic.mx/es/Noticias_2?NEWS=220
> #As of 1/1/11, all the new IP addresses will be allocated on IPv6
> #
> #Monterrey, Mexico, June 21th, 2007. - According to forecasts of some
> #investigators, in the next three years the central pool of Internet
> #Protocol addresses of the present version 4, IPv4 will be depleted, so from
> #January 1st, of 2011, NIC Mexico will not be able to allocate anymore IPv4
> #addresses and will only assign IP addresses in version 6 of the Internet
> #Protocol (IPv6).
> We should get to see a real world reaction to setting an end date.

You mean like Mexican companies opening branches in US in anticipation, 
so they could get ip addresses from ARIN when this goes in effect?

Its not going to work properly unless all RIRs do this together!

William Leibzon
Elan Networks
william at elan.net

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