[arin-ppml] A modest proposal for IPv6 address allocations
leo.vegoda at icann.org
Mon Jun 1 16:29:54 EDT 2009
On 01/06/2009 12:58, "Owen DeLong" <owen at delong.com> wrote:
>> If/when ARIN's allocations of V6 space ever becomes so dense that
>> reserving the entire /24 in advance for recipients of /48s is no
>> longer feasible, it should be the oldest-assigned /48 that are
>> first "blocked" from expanding contiguously to a /24, followed by the
>> oldest /32 allocations.
> This strategy presumes that ARIN is dividing the entire IPv6 address
> and not receiving things in /24 chunks from IANA.
ARIN won't get anything longer than a /12 from IANA until y'all change the
policy to allow that.
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