[arin-ppml] New Entrants shut out? (Was: ARIN-2011-5: ... - Last Call

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Sat Apr 30 15:28:42 EDT 2011


> 
> Jimmy,
> 
> At the moment we have a system that favors small players at the
> expense of commerce. It also fails to create economic incentives to
> migrate to IPv6. Note that C-Squad execs speak dollars, not value to
> the community.
> 
I would argue that the current system appears to be creating quite a few incentives to add IPv6 capabilities if you look at the current uptick in v6 statistics since Feb. 3.

> So long as we continue to squeeze blood out of the IPv4 turnip,
> companies will continue to delay IPv6. The choices become the Lyon
> strategy of letting the market set the price and encourage natural
> migration, or the Owen strategy of taking IPv4 off life support.
> 
I don't think it is on life support and I think a natural evolution is occurring. Some organizations which are unable to look beyond short term dollars will have faster and more disruptive migration processes while others with better vision have been planning and executing their migration strategies for years.

The longer you wait, the more rushed, expensive, and disruptive your inevitable transition will be.

Owen
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