[arin-ppml] The role of NAT in IPv6
spiffnolee at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 27 17:03:44 EDT 2010
> > From: David Farmer <farmer at umn.edu>
> > ARIN doesn't
> > set routing policy, get over it, just because ARIN gives out an address doesn't
> > mean it will get a routing slot. And if that 6 person company, is
> > generating $6M in revenue it can afford to buy its routing slot. If it is
> > generating $6K, probably not. Why should ARIN be that judge?
Not that ARIN should be a routing arbiter, but we probably shouldn't make
policy that we believe will cause disconnectivity.
> From: Matthew Kaufman <matthew at matthew.at>
> It shouldn't be, and we wouldn't be having this conversation if "easy *and
> cheap*" NAT66 existed. I've now pointed out 3 reasons why it should, and once
> that happens the demand for cheap PI GUA space will be a
ARIN can't create NAT66. The BEHAVE working group at IETF could do.
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