[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Open Access To IPv6
farmer at umn.edu
Fri May 29 18:07:33 EDT 2009
I want to reinforce Leo's point this policy effects the LIR/ISP
allocations within the NRPM. The title of this proposal is
slightly unfortunate as it doesn't include that bit of information.
Within the Advisory Council, I am working on the companion
part of this that would deal with direct End User assignments
from ARIN, and dis-associate the dependence of having an
IPv4 assignment from ARIN with the IPv6 assignment policy.
We need a new stewardship model for IPv6. In IPv4 we have
had a manage limited resources version of stewardship. Only
give out a little bit at a time, and make you justify more.
We should use the IPv4 stewardship model for IPv6, So I want
to the ask a more general question; "What is the right
stewardship model for IPv6?" Does the same model work for
ISP/LIRs and End Users?
I will redouble my efforts this weekend and get a proposal out
for the IPv6 End User section of the NRPM early next week.
But, I must have some time to play with the new MacBook Pro
my desktop/laptop support guy just dropped off in my cube 10
GOODY, GOODY, GOODY NEW TOYS!
WOO HOO! :-)
On 29 May 2009 Chris Malayter wrote:
> This mentality will only serve to slow ipv6 adoption in application
> and content. The easier we make it for non-isps to get portable
> space, the more development will occur. Basic supply and demand
> theory in action here....
> > Simple. Developer calls ISP and asks for IPv6. ISP says not right
> > now. Developer gives ISP reasonable amount of time to get IPv6. ISP
> > does not. Developer calls ISP and cancels service and tells them
> > they are cancelling because they are going down the street to a
> > different ISP that IS supplying IPv6.
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