[arin-ppml] ULA-Global/Central vs prop.103.
mcr at sandelman.ca
Wed Dec 23 12:11:36 EST 2009
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>>>>> "David" == David Farmer <farmer at umn.edu> writes:
>> I was a supporter of ULA-Central, before, I thought that there was another
>> proposal from Paul Vixie. I can't find it right now, so just so
>> that everyone knows what is being talked about:
David> Vixie's proposal was ULA-Global
What is the difference, I was not sure.
>> I was never clear if ULA-Central would include a whois database and
>> proper delegation of reverse DNS.
David> So would you prefer ULA-Central or ULA-Global type solution
David> or a solution based on Global Unicast address space.
David> Personally, I'm leaning toward Global Unicast address space.
I am agnostics as whether I have to type "fc00:.." or "2001:..".
If in global unicast space, possibly each RIR will have distinct pools
to allocate out of, although I suppose they could go to IANA and ask for
a new /12 for this, and split it up among the RIRs.
(This might require an IETF action... in which case, what the
difference between this and using fc00?)
The problem with fc00 is that I'm really not clear how the reverse map
will be populated.
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