[arin-ppml] IPv6 Non-connected networks
mcr at sandelman.ca
Fri Mar 26 17:31:53 EDT 2010
>>>>> "David" == David Farmer <farmer at umn.edu> writes:
>> Bingo! There is the model for doing reverse DNS for ULA-C. And
>> also for the directory of ULA-C registrations which would be at
>> http://ula.nro.net. That page would explain what ULA is, provide
>> a calculator for generating a ULA-RANDOM address, direct people
>> to the 5 RIR web pages for registering ULA-C addresses, provide a
>> ULA-C directory lookup button, and provide a link for enabling
>> reverse DNS for your ULA-C block. People would then have a
>> choice of whether or not to have reverse DNS or to have it
>> delegated to the same phantom IANA server that handles RFC 1918
>> reverse DNS.
David> No way, go read RFC 5158, that defines this. It requires you
David> to connect to that web site from the 6to4 address range you
David> want to register, this is what I call implied authorization.
David> How would this kind of implied authorization for an address
David> range that is NOT suppose to be globally routed?
This is why 6to4 is not very useable for NCN.
In the absense of a cheaply available NCN space (i.e. 10x cheaper than
GUA), then the answer that works today is use some 6to4.
If you allocate NCN space via another mechanism (tainted, or ULA-C),
then reverse gets delegated via the normal mechanism.
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