[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Open Access To IPv6
Davis, Terry L
terry.l.davis at boeing.com
Mon Jun 1 09:33:06 EDT 2009
I'm working with a couple different industry-wide consortiums on IPv6 planning and they may fit one of your models.
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> Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Open Access To IPv6
> On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 07:29:14PM +0000, Paul Vixie wrote:
> > tvest at pch.net (Tom Vest) writes:
> > > If I remember correctly, creating a swamp only serves to constantly
> > > remind those who are stuck with it afterward that swamp creation was /
> > > a very bad idea. Besides, if you have an idea of where/how one might
> > > build a more "solid foundation", persuading us now, up front might be
> > > more effective way of bringing people around than intentionally
> > > the only "ground" that's currently apparent.
> > there are more than two visions (pure hierarchy and pure swamp). for
> > neighborhood or metro-area mesh networking where local cheap highspeed
> > is used to glue geographies together in a way that no telco or backbone
> > is involved... would make better use of available glass and silicon than
> > pure hierarchical model IETF CIDR gave us. this sounds like a bad idea
> > it would either mean a global swamp (everybody's /56 in the core) or
> > status for incumbants (everybody's /56 came from the same /32) or mass
> > pollution (everybody's /56 becomes a metro-area cutout).
> > but what if multihoming was automatic and universal and robust? could a
> > or neighborhood get unrouteable / non-global IPv6 space for an ISO-L2
> > made up of a hairball of private wireless, private wire, private fiber,
> > automatically use those addresses when talking to reachable endpoints?
> > would require something better than RIPv2, so don't try it at home
> > or what if a metropolitan connectivity authority wanted to get an IPv6
> > for all of its FTTH and mobile/wireless endpoints, and rather than
> > transit for this block, they set up a market of cooperating backbone
> > and consumers, doing IP-in-IP to deliver global reachability? (this is
> > what some 802 networks do today but wide area bridging does not scale
> > i'm not proposing either of these, not exactly. i'm saying there ought
> > be room in the RIR allocation policy framework for addressing models
> > are not dreamt of by those who love swamps and those who fear swamps.
> > --
> > Paul Vixie
> > KI6YSY
> indeed there should be.
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