[arin-ppml] Linking IPv4 allocations to IPv6
Milton L Mueller
mueller at syr.edu
Wed Jun 25 05:21:28 EDT 2008
Time to change the header, folks.
Just some observations: The idea of linking v4 allocations to v6
deployment is a departure (gasp) from "needs-based assessment." You are
saying that people can demonstrate need for v4 addresses and not get
them if they don't also deploy dual stack. Seems also to require heavier
operational monitoring by ARIN. How would one define "gets used?"
> -----Original Message-----
> And we are running out of time. We need to do 2 things.
> 1. Give out IPv6 allocations with each IPv4 allocation with
> to use it.
> 2. Check that it gets used before giving out any more allocations. And
> by used, I mean, made available to downstream customers if applicable.
> There you go, no excuses, deploy dual stack or get no more
> once everybody "gets it", I think you'll see IPv6 connectivity being
> rolled out real fast, everywhere. All these big consumers of ip
> addresses are very smart business folks, working within a set of rules
> and regulations to get their job done is nothing new, if everyone has
> do it, it's simply table stakes.
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