[arin-ppml] Draft Policy 2009-1: Transfer Policy -Revisedandforwarded to the Board
martin.hannigan at batelnet.bs
Fri May 8 11:09:30 EDT 2009
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 6:08 AM, Craig Finseth <craig.finseth at state.mn.us> wrote:
> IPv4-runout for YOUR org will be the date that you ask ARIN
> for another allocation of IPv4 and they say they can't satisfy it.
> That may or may not be the same date of IPv4 runout for everyone
> else. On that day, from that point on any device you assign
> an IP address to SHOULD BE compliant with IPv6.
> There is another case: IPv4 runout can also be the first time one of
> your customers, business partners, or resources that you use can't get
> an IPv4 address and you need to speak IPv6 to do business (I'm
> assuming that you want this business).
The root case is likely when you can no longer justify additional
resources from your RIR regardless of their inventory. That is
probably the trigger condition for the above. There's probably some
consideration of an IPv4 market relative to this as well.
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