[ppml] Revision to 2008-3

michael.dillon at bt.com michael.dillon at bt.com
Tue Apr 1 05:35:20 EDT 2008

> Under my reading of, a community network meeting the 
> criteria of this policy proposal would probably also meet the 
> criteria for getting an LIR /32.  Likewise, any 
> local/regional ISP could probably qualify as a community 
> network if they chose.

Agreed. That is one reason that I oppose this policy proposal.
Another reason is that IPv6 experimentation could be done using
ULA addresses. Traffic that is restricted to the community network
will work fine using ULA addresses. If they want to provide Internet
access as well, then they are an ISP and can apply as an LIR.

--Michael Dillon

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