[arin-ppml] Support for ARIN Proposal 2011-3

Elliot Finley efinley.lists at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 15:26:27 EDT 2011


+1 We are in precisely the same situation.

On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 12:24 PM, Steve Howard <showard at paulbunyan.net>wrote:

> I cannot attend ARIN XXVII, but would like to publicly state my support
> for ARIN proposal 2011-3.
>
> This proposal addresses issues that we have encountered in planning our
> IPv6 deployment. We have about 50 POPs (mostly rural) ranging in size
> from a few customers to several thousand. A /32 is too small for us to
> use and leave room for future expansion without re-numbering later.
> Renumbering seems like it would be easier with IPv6 than IPv4, but it is
> still a hassle for our customers that we would rather avoid. We have
> delayed our deployment of IPv6 while we wait to see what happens with
> proposal 2011-3.  It makes more sense for us to deploy IPv6 right the
> first time!
>
> My hope is that 2011-3 moves forward and we can get a new assignment in
> time to have IPv6 available to several thousand customers prior to World
> IPv6 day!
>
> Thanks,
>   Steve
>
>
> ---
> Steve Howard
> Paul Bunyan Communications
> http://paulbunyan.net
>
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