[arin-ppml] Support for ARIN Proposal 2011-3
charles at office.tcsn.net
Thu Apr 7 15:40:20 EDT 2011
We have no objection to the removal of this clause.
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On 4/6/11 7:27 PM, Alexander, Daniel wrote:
> There is a discussion on the AC list regarding 2011-3 that I would like to
> bring to this mailing list. Please let me know your thoughts.
> In the proposed language for section 6.5.7 there is a renumbering clause,
> "...provided that they agree to renumber into that new allocation and
> return their prior allocation(s) within 5 years."
> Does anyone take issue if this condition were missing from the proposal
> since it applies to a limited set of cases. ARIN's method of assignment
> should allow for most organizations, who already have allocations, to
> expand into the new policy without a renumber requirement.
> Should those providers that would like to utilize this new approach, but
> are bound because their existing allocations are adjacent to other ARIN
> assignments, incur the renumbering costs and obligations simply because
> they deployed IPv6 earlier in the policy evolution?
> Dan Alexander
> On 4/4/11 2:24 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!
>> Steve Howard
>> Paul Bunyan Communications
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