[arin-ppml] Discussion Petition of ARIN-prop-125 Efficient Utilization of IPv4 Requires Dual-Stack
marty at akamai.com
Wed Dec 22 16:21:56 EST 2010
I support this petition.
On 12/22/10 3:29 PM, "ARIN" <info at arin.net> wrote:
> The message below started a petition regarding the ARIN Advisory
> Council's decision to abandon "ARIN-prop-125 Efficient Utilization of
> IPv4 Requires Dual-Stack". The AC's decision was posted by ARIN staff to
> PPML on 21 December 2010.
> If successful, this petition will change ARIN-prop-125 into a Draft
> Policy which will be published for adoption discussion on the PPML and
> at the Public Policy Meeting in April. If the petition fails, the
> proposal will be closed.
> For this petition to be successful, the petition needs statements of
> support from at least 10 different people from 10 different
> organizations. If you wish to support this petition, post a statement of
> support to PPML on this thread.
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> draft meeting minutes are published. ARIN staff will post the result of
> the petition to PPML.
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net] On
>> Behalf Of Chris Grundemann
>> Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2010 3:11 PM
>> To: arin-ppml at arin.net
>> Subject: [arin-ppml] Discussion Petition of ARIN-prop-125 Efficient
>> Utilization of IPv4 Requires Dual-Stack
>> The AC should not have abandoned ARIN-prop-125 Efficient Utilization
>> of IPv4 Requires Dual-Stack. I petition to move the following text
>> forward for discussion on the list and at the next Public Policy
>> Meeting. Please support moving this proposal forward now by posting
>> statements in support of the petition to this list.
>> Policy Statement:
>> * Add the following sections to section 4.1:
>> 4.1.2. Efficient Utilization
>> IPv4 addresses are a finite resource and as such are required to be
>> efficiently utilized by resource holders in order to maximize their
>> benefit to the community.
>> 4.1.3. Dual-Stack
>> Dual-stack refers to configuring both an IPv4 and an IPv6 address or
>> network together on the same network infrastructure.
>> All new IPv4 addresses assigned, allocated or transfered to an
>> organization must be deployed on dual-stacked interfaces along with
>> IPv6 addresses.
>> 4.1.4. IPv6 Deployment
>> When addresses are used to provide an Internet facing service, the
>> service must be fully IPv6 accessible (if you deploy an A record, you
>> must also have a AAAA record, and both must answer).
>> * Add the following sentance to the end of sections 188.8.131.52,
>> 184.108.40.206.2, 220.127.116.11.1, 18.104.22.168. and 4.3.4:
>> In accordance with section 4.1.3 and 4.1.4, all new addresses must be
>> deployed on dual-stacked interfaces and all Internet facing services
>> provided by new addresses must be fully IPv6 accessible.
>> * Re-write section 22.214.171.124.1. to:
>> Reassignment information for prior allocations must show that each
>> customer meets the 80% utilization criteria, the dual-stack criteria
>> and must be available via SWIP / RWhois prior to your issuing them
>> additional space.
>> * Add the following section to section 4.2.4:
>> 126.96.36.199. IPv6 Deployment
>> In order to receive additional space ISPs must provide detailed
>> documentation demonstrating that:
>> - for every IPv4 address requested, at least one pre-existing
>> interface is dual stacked, up to 80% of all interfaces and
>> - for every down stream customer site where the new addresses will be
>> deployed, at least one pre-existing down stream customer site is IPv6
>> enabled, up to 80% of the total customer base.
>> * Add the following to section 4.3.6:
>> 188.8.131.52. IPv6 Deployment
>> In order to receive additional space end-users must provide detailed
>> documentation demonstrating that at least 80% of their existing IPv4
>> addresses are deployed on dual-stacked interfaces in accordance with
>> section 4.1.3.
>> In this period of available IPv4 address scarcity and transition to
>> IPv6, IPv4 addresses that are not deployed along with IPv6 are simply
>> not being efficiently utilized. Although we have likely failed to
>> deploy dual-stack in a meaningful way in time to avoid transition
>> problems, we can still choose the correct path for future assignments,
>> allocations and transfers.
>> This proposal has three objectives:
>> -1- Encourage IPv6 deployment prior to and post depletion
>> -2- Enable growth of IPv4 to accelerate IPv6 transition #[only change
>> was to this line]#
>> -3- Improve the utilization of IP addresses
>> It accomplishes these goals by enforcing three basic ideals:
>> -1- ARIN will only make allocations and assignments for networks that
>> have already deployed production IPv6
>> -2- Any new IPv4 addresses received, must be deployed along side of
>> IPv6 (dual-stacked)
>> -3- Firmly encourages deployment of IPv6 in existing IPv4-only networks
>> The specific requirements to be enforced can be summed up in this way:
>> ~ New addresses must be deployed on dual-stacked interfaces plus one
>> additional pre-existing IPv4-only interface must be dual-stacked per
>> new address, up to 80% of all interfaces.
>> ~ For each down stream customer site where these addresses are
>> deployed, another pre-existing IPv4 only down stream site must also be
>> IPv6 enabled, up to 80% of the total customer base.
>> ~ All end-sites must dual-stack before getting new space.
>> ~ Internet facing services that new IPv4 addresses are used to provide
>> must be fully IPv6 accessible.
>> Chris Grundemann
>> chris at theIPv6experts.net
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