[arin-ppml] Simplified IPv6 policy
scottleibrand at gmail.com
Wed Dec 23 16:44:47 EST 2009
On Dec 23, 2009, at 1:29 PM, <michael.dillon at bt.com> wrote:
>> 3. Institute a policy like 103 in which
>> ISPs intentionally have the power to make such filtering
>> choices and registrants can, with an application of cash,
>> adjust their own decisions to match. In other words, create a
>> dynamic system and let it find its natural balance point
>> instead of trying to impose one from on-high at the ARIN level.
> In my opinion, it is not within ARIN's scope to give any
> ISP any sort of permission regarding filtering, nor is
> it within ARINs scope to prohibit any ISP from any operational
> activities that are not directly related to managing a
> shared global address pool.
I think we agree on that. What we're discussing is the interaction of
ARIN numbering policy and the likely responses of ISPs, which are
quite relevant to the usefulness of the resources ARIN gives out.
What IPv6 policy would you favor here?
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