[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Open Access To IPv6
Michael K. Smith
mksmith at adhost.com
Fri May 29 23:57:03 EDT 2009
I am in favor of this. I've been following the comments in the various
threads and subthreads, and would add only this:
- There is at least one major transit provider that will accept nothing more
specific than a /32.
- If we continue to inhibit providers' ability to get a /32, they may have
- The v6 space is incredibly large. Really. What do we really gain from
limiting some people to a /48?
On 5/29/09 8:14 AM, "Member Services" <info at arin.net> wrote:
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> ## * ##
> Policy Proposal Name: Open Access To IPv6
> Proposal Originator: Stacy Hughes and Cathy Aronson
> Proposal Version: 1.0
> Date: 29 May 2009
> Proposal type: modify
> Policy term: permanent
> Policy statement:
> 1) Remove ³by advertising that connectivity through its single
> aggregated address allocation² from article 3 of section 220.127.116.11
> 2) Remove article 4 of section 18.104.22.168, ³be an existing, known ISP in
> the ARIN region or have a plan for making at least 200 end-site
> assignments to other organizations within 5 years² in its entirety.
> Rationale: It is acknowledged that these concepts have been put before
> the community in the past. However, with the wisdom of actual
> operational experience, the necessity of promoting IPv6 adoption
> throughout our region, and emerging native v6 only network models, it
> becomes obvious that these modifications to the NRPM are necessary.
> Removing the 200 end site requirement enables smaller, but no less
> important and viable, networks access to IPv6. Removing the known ISP¹
> requirement enfranchises new, native v6 businesses that can drive
> innovation and expansion in the Internet industry, as well as other
> industries. Removing the requirement for a single aggregate announcement
> benefits the NRPM itself, as it has been decided by the community that
> it should not contain routing advice.
> Timetable for implementation: immediately upon BoT ratification
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