[arin-ppml] Is this more desired than aTransferPolicy? Needinput

Jo Rhett jrhett at svcolo.com
Wed Nov 19 12:45:15 EST 2008

Michael, you are again missing the point.  Yes, ISPs should be doing  
this.  But the vast majority of (direct or indirect) assignees are end  
users, and that's what this discussion is about.

That's why I said that discussion of how to enable IPv6 in a network  
was a tangent to this conversation.  Because we know.  They don't.

On Nov 19, 2008, at 12:13 AM, <michael.dillon at bt.com> <michael.dillon at bt.com 
 > wrote:
>> Your post is an excellent example of why EDUCATION on IPv6
>> should be made a priority.
> <bing> <bing> <bing>
> Give the man a prize!
> Anyone in the ISP business who has not read through
> every page on ARIN's http://www.getipv6.info and followed
> up several of the links to other resources, is simply
> selling themselves short.
> The information is out there.
> --Michael Dillon
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