[arin-ppml] DraftPolicy 2009-1: TransferPolicy (UsingtheEmergencyPDP)

John Schnizlein schnizlein at isoc.org
Thu Mar 26 18:09:01 EDT 2009

Are you actually saying you think that creating these tunnels, with  
the side effect of reliance on a third party for security and  
stability, not to mention the profit of the party providing service,  
is better for the Internet than transferring an address to the party  
that wants to reach the (legacy) IPv4-only hosts that will remain on  
the Internet for some time?


On 2009Mar26, at 2:51 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:

> Customer wants to field a server with an IPv4 address on it FINE.
> Nothing is stopping them from going to an IPv4 gateway provider
> and getting a static IPv4 address, and tunneling from their
> server to that provider over the IPv6 Internet.

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