[arin-ppml] Ending point to point links as a justification for a /30?

Hannigan, Martin marty at akamai.com
Thu Jul 29 16:26:57 EDT 2010

On 7/29/10 4:17 PM, "Seth Mattinen" <sethm at rollernet.us> wrote:

> On 7/29/2010 12:52, Joe Maimon wrote:

[ snip ]

> I believe it's counterproductive to spend more time coming up with more
> workarounds for IPv4 while at the same time expecting that IPv6 adoption
> is going to take hold. Let IPv4 go. As long as there are still people
> working on making it last longer that's all the more reason for everyone
> who hasn't started with IPv6 yet to keep putting it off.
> ~Seth


If I understood Bill's original post, he wasn't implying that this would do
anything pre-depletion like extend the life of v4. He used a date of 1-2012
and depletion of the ARIN region will have already occurred.

Bill's idea could be useful along the lines of post depletion cost



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